This Talking head is sculpted onto the horns of a Duiker, that shy inhabitor of the brush and the trees who moves swiftly and quietly through day and night.
This individual is both shy and invisible but bold and curious. He leans through the barrier of his world and peers inquisitively into ours. He is Puck: the legend and the literary persona. In Midsummer Night’s Dream he tells us “…I am that merry wanderer of the night…” and so he is. He fills your eyes with fairy dust and leads you through his magical paths; he asks questions and makes you laugh and he shape-shifts your space into the mystic.