Buy, Sell, Love
Human body parts present themselves to us as if they had just been bought online and are ready for shipping. Wrapped in foam foil, packaging chips or embedded between wood wool. Every online shop customer knows the feeling of grabbing in a cardboard box filled with foam worms, full of joyful expectation to finally hold the object of desire in their hands.
With this anticipation, however, the artist leaves us alone; He leaves our desire unfulfilled. The delicate woman‘s face remains hidden under a cover of crackling bubble wrap and the man‘s body standing tightly packed in the corner.
Here it is not the ecstasy-inducing shoes that lie in the box; they are people waiting to be bought, unpacked, and loved.