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This mural is a clever invocation of new-age culture. The cat bears a “third eye,” a location in the center of the forehead that is said to be a gate to higher realms of consciousness. It also wears a nose-ear chain from which is suspended a swing with a yellow canary, which the cat is ignoring as part of its spiritual journey. Cats are considered sacred in many cultures, including ancient Egypt, Norse mythology (where they are consecrated to the goddess Freya), and Japan (as an incarnation
Medium type: Paint
Date created: 2019
250 S State Ave, Indianapolis, IN, 46201
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