Vestigial Disruptions II a facsimile of a transmission tower inhabited with a red and white mechanism that strategically camouflage themselves on the tower's surface.  Sporadically, they bloom, the organisms wafting out a scent emitted from a single glandular hole in the machine's ovum. The powerful scent is derived from the plastic from which the body is printed-- an alarm pheromone found in bees, which incites them to attack. 

David McDougall is a sculptor and media artist. He is currently a professor of sculpture, and the metal/sculpture technician at the University of Ottawa's Visual Arts Department.  

You can see more of David's work on his website