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This paper is an investigation of the ideas and philosophies that have played a role in the creation of my thesis exhibition entitled If Animals Could Talk. While my research into the subject of animals and more specifically human/animal interaction has covered a wide spectrum, this paper focuses on several texts including, "Why Look at Animals," by John Berger and "Simulation and Simulacra" by Jean Baudrillard as being influential in the development of my artwork. This paper also analyzes thedoi:10.57709/1062172 fatcat:hhuace5k4rfxhhfnly554c34ku