Saturn, steel rods, foil on glass plate 800 · 2360 · 12 mm, photography (my mother) – acrylic frame 160 · 130 · 7 cm.
The title is from Fracisco Goya’s painting which depicts Saturn devouring his children in the empty night. One of the objects mimics a foie gras production and consists of a glass plate. You enter your right arm through a hole in the glass plate and grab the neck and the head of the goose, forcing it through the other hole in the glass plate. With your left hand, you hold onto the neck of the goose, pumping the feed into the bird with your right hand.
Awarded by the Danish Art Foundation