Kelly McCallum’s Victorian taxidermy birds have migrated to Moss Bureau to beat the New York City heat. Creepy? Some might think so. A mix of feathers and antique clock parts align the ribcage of one of the birds, while the other comes complete with 18ct gold-plated maggots. If you are really really quiet, you can hear them chirp. Or maybe you can hear the ocean. Come by the Bureau for a look and hear the maggots sing.
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