These are figurative sculptures made of flesh. Quinn obtained carcasses of meat from an abattoir and removed any obvious signs of the animal's previous identity, such as hooves, head, or tail to make ambiguously figurative sculptural forms. Once cast in bronze, they take on the appearance of figurative sculpture, referencing in particular the expressive forms of Rodin, but through the recomposition of ready-mades. In works such as Meat Head Dematerialised, Quinn takes individual elements from an animal carcass and collages them together before casting them in bronze, using flesh as a medium to make a representation of itself. The Cybernetically Engineered works were the first created by Quinn employing 3D scanning technology, a process which has continued to feature in much of his sculptural work since. He has commented that "3D scanning will become to sculpture what photography was to painting".