David Altmejd, Eye, 2015, polyurethane foam, epoxy clay, epoxy gel, acrylic paint, synthetic hair, resin, glass stain, quartz, pyrite, celestite, amethyst, fluorite, steel, marble, 29.5 x 14.5 x 12.5 cm, 11 5/8 x 5 3/4 x 4 7/8 ins, (MA-ALTMD-00107)

David Altmejd, Eye, 2015, polyurethane foam, epoxy clay, epoxy gel, acrylic paint, synthetic hair, resin, glass stain, quartz, pyrite, celestite, amethyst, fluorite, steel, marble, 29.5 x 14.5 x 12.5 cm, 11 5/8 x 5 3/4 x 4 7/8 ins, (MA-ALTMD-00107)

David Altmejd lets us into his mad-scientist studio on wmag.com.

Inside David Altmejd’s Crystal Palace

This freaks me out, for realz. It's very evocative by just having the gaping mouth, thus giving off an eerie essence.

This freaks me out, for realz. It's very evocative by just having the gaping mouth, thus giving off an eerie essence.

David Altmejd, "Untitled", 2011, epoxy clay, plaster, glass eyes, synthetic hair, acrylic paint, minerals, quartz, malachite and assorted minerals, fabric, stainless steel

David Altmejd, "Untitled", 2011, epoxy clay, plaster, glass eyes, synthetic hair, acrylic paint, minerals, quartz, malachite and assorted minerals, fabric, stainless steel

david altmejd, figures made from an assortment of plaster, morphed mannequin parts, animal heads, crystals and birds are  his primary subject.

david altmejd, figures made from an assortment of plaster, morphed mannequin parts, animal heads, crystals and birds are his primary subject.

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