Keknek's three headed sculpture is delightful and unusual.
Intertwined within a very tight place, each of these life forms appear to recognize that their interdependence is unconventional but there are some perks.
For instance, they are never alone.
Three heads are better than one.
And they always have someone who has their back. Literally.
This is one of the benefits of great art.
It stimulates discussion and thought.
How do you interpret Kekneck's three headed carving?
See our notes on The Gjoa Haven Collection.