Working with an inventory of 30,000 bugs, Jennifer Angus arranges them into looping decorative patterns that’ll probably make you a little queasy.
Not furry, cuddly or by any means cute, bugs always get a bad rap. At the sight of them, people reach for rolled-up newspapers and insect sprays. But to textile artist Jennifer Angus, insects are simply material for art. She’s so comfortable with them that she’ll handle bugs while eating a bag of chips. “It sounds a bit gross, I know,” she says, laughing.
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