The unsheathed appendages of deer and jackalopes seem to rupture from the skeletal inside to the fleshy out. Found under canopies of Redwoods, a pair of antlers serve as biofact, an unearthed testament to fertile cyclicality. Nailed to a beveled plaque on my Brooklyn wall, these bones become starkly architectural. This week’s Keep It Weird goes hunting for the horns of myth and nature.
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