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Nat Bradford and Tsz Kam are a two-person collective, pair of birds, and dynamic duo currently living, working, and dying in Austin. Their work centers around the experience of shifting between girlhood and womanhood within the ambiguity of gender. Their work stages fantastical scenes of domestic comfort in which objects and figures become characters with inevitable roles to play in seduction and repulsion. They have been collaborating since 2015. Both studied at and received their BFA from The University of Texas at Austin (the Lamborghini of public schools).

The opening reception and artist talk for Big Chicken and Baby Bird's exhibition will feature complimentary refreshments by Austin Cocktails, followed by a tour of the museum and an artist talk. The exhibition itself will be open through July 22.

Nat Bradford and Tsz Kam are a two-person collective, pair of birds, and dynamic duo currently living, working, and dying in Austin. Their work centers around the experience of shifting between girlhood and womanhood within the ambiguity of gender. Their work stages fantastical scenes of domestic comfort in which objects and figures become characters with inevitable roles to play in seduction and repulsion. They have been collaborating since 2015. Both studied at and received their BFA from The University of Texas at Austin (the Lamborghini of public schools).

The opening reception and artist talk for Big Chicken and Baby Bird's exhibition will feature complimentary refreshments by Austin Cocktails, followed by a tour of the museum and an artist talk. The exhibition itself will be open through July 22.

Nat Bradford and Tsz Kam are a two-person collective, pair of birds, and dynamic duo currently living, working, and dying in Austin. Their work centers around the experience of shifting between girlhood and womanhood within the ambiguity of gender. Their work stages fantastical scenes of domestic comfort in which objects and figures become characters with inevitable roles to play in seduction and repulsion. They have been collaborating since 2015. Both studied at and received their BFA from The University of Texas at Austin (the Lamborghini of public schools).

The opening reception and artist talk for Big Chicken and Baby Bird's exhibition will feature complimentary refreshments by Austin Cocktails, followed by a tour of the museum and an artist talk. The exhibition itself will be open through July 22.

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WHERE

Elisabet Ney Museum
304 E. 44th St.
Austin, TX 78751
https://www.bossbabes.org/meetherhands

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Admission is free with RSVP.
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