The giant muntjac is a goat that, before 1992, was unknown. It lives in the Vu Quang, an extremely dense forested ecosystem that is in the demilitarized zone between North and South Vietnam. The animal and its environment have managed to survive in part because it contends for the place on earth with the most land mines — where economic development has not arrived, due to the 40-year civil war. The sculpture abstracts this previously unknown animal leaving a ghost trail through a dense wooded area, and the warring factions on either side (they have now evolved into one of the mostly densely populated civilizations on earth). This leaves one to ask: can the giant muntjac survive the peace?

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22 x 40 x 10 in (L x H x D)




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