refer to ancient catacombs and modern supermarkets, where fruit and vegetables are stacked like so many skulls. I see a link between cemeteries and supermarkets, and present Skulls as a criticism of our consumer society in which huge amounts of food are wasted every day.


Art has always been, for me, a way to investigate the mechanisms of our society.


Cover image: “Head,” 2005, Lambda print.







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