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A-GERMANY

01 DUINESER ELEGIEN, ERSTE ELEGIE

Typographic Illustration for a poem from Rainer Maria Rielke

Print; Germany, 1962; 24 x 30 cm;
1.500.000 Rp

  please click to enlarge   02 ORPEUS, EURIDIKE, HERMES

Typographic Illustration for a poem from Rainer Maria Rielke

Print; Germany, 1962; 24 x 30 cm;
1.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   03 DER PANTHER

Typographic Illustration for a poem from Rainer Maria Rielke

Print; Print; Germany, 1962; 24 x 30 cm; 1.500.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   04 ARCHAISCHER TORSO APOLLOS

Typographic Illustration for a poem from Rainer Maria Rielke

Print; Germany, 1962; 24 x 30 cm;
1.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   05 PONT DU CAROUSSEL

Typographic Illustration for a poem from Rainer Maria Rielke

Print; Germany, 1962; 24 x 30 cm;
1.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   06 SELFPORTRAIT FROM THE YEAR 1906

Typographic Illustration for a poem from Rainer Maria Rielke

Print; Germany, 1962; 24 x 30 cm;
1.500.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   07 GORI

Gori, a close friend of mine, killed himself with a shotgun; I can never forget; this painting – together with it’s text in a heavy Bavarian accent – will always remind me to him.

Painting; Germany/Bali, 1976/2008; photo print and acrylic on canvas;
65 x 45 cm; 3.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   08 BACK FROM THE USA,

One week hanging out in New York: new york = new world = new impressions = new ideas.

Object; Germany, 1980; mixed media; 57 x 39 x 3 cm; 4.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   09 GERMAN MEMORIES

Old art material together with a selection of trash pictures – together: old, dusty and heavy memories on my home country.

Object; Germany, 1980; mixed media; 42 x 56 x 9,5 cm; 4.000.000

                     
please click to enlarge   10 MEMORIES TO THE DDR

After 40 years the socialist regime in East Germany broke down. I picked up some serious and strange items and put them together to this object.

Object; Germany/Bali, 2005/2008; mixed media;
35 x 51 x 6cm; 3.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   11 MEDITATION DRAWER

Finishing it with sand and clue, the drawer seams to be a sculpture made from sandstone; but in reality it functions as a normal drawer; you can store tablecloth’, serviettes, documents etc. It also contains several hidden drawers.

Sculpture; Germany/Bali, 1983/2008; mixed media;
51 x 104 x 173 cm; 14.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   12 LONGEVITY I,

I discovered this symbol in an American reference book, many decades ago. I used the design for to make reliefs and table plates with it.

Relief; Germany, 1982; mixed media; diameter 70 cm, 3 cm deep; 6.000.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   13 LONGEVITY II

I discovered this symbol in an American reference book, many decades ago. I used the design for to make reliefs and table plates with it.

Relief; Germany/Bali, 1982/2008; mixed media;
diameter 60 cm, 5 cm deep; 5.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   14 THE IDEAL WIFE

The design of an ideal wife is a design; it does never exist in reality; so stop searching for one.

Sculpture; Germany/Bali, 1998/2008; mixed media;
24 x 15 x 32 cm; 2.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   B – ITALY

01 MUSSOLINI AND D'ANUNCIO AT THE LAGO DI GARDA

This snapshot is still on sell in Italy as color postcards; reason enough to create an ironic story around the situation.

Painting; Italy/Bali, 1999/2006; mixed media on canvas;
50,5 x 53 cm; 4.500.000 Rp

 
                     
please click to enlarge   02 THE POPE, WOMEN AND SOLDIERS

I did like to stroll around in Italian flee markets. With this piece I present a result of such an outing.

Object; Italy/Bali, 1999/2008; mixed media;
23,5 x 29,5; 2.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   03 AT THE BEGINNING WAS THE NOTEBOOK

The ability to write and to read increases knowledge and sometimes wisdom, and it pushes civilization ahead. But where to?

Object; Italy/Bali, 1998/2008; mixed media;
22 x 30,5 x 5 cm; 2.000.Rp
  please click to enlarge   04 HEROS - 4th QUARTER OF THE 20th CENTURY,

Hero’s come and hero’s go – the object shows some important characters from approximate 1975-2000. Do you remember them?

Object; Italy/Bali, 1999/2008; mixed media on canvas;
37 x 28 cm; 3.000.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   05 THE HERMAPHRODIT

The son of the Greek god Hermes and the goddess Aphrodite represents the state of the male and the female sex in one person. Hermaphrodites are sources of many strange fantasies.

Object; Italy/Bali, 1999/2008; mixed media on canvas;
25 x 60 cm; 3.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   06 ITALIAN RIDDLE

Take a break and work out the right answer.

Object; Italy, 1999; mixed media;
21 x 12 x 7 cm; 2.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   07 BLONDIE – A TRUE BIOGRAPHY

As a German citizen I was terrible interested in Blondie’s true biography. Read why.

Object; Italy/Bali, 1990/2008; mixed media;
41 x 28 x 1 cm; 3.500.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   08 THE ITALIAN WAY TO SOLVE A PROBLEM

Simple, multifunctional and effective: we all can learn from Italy!

Object; Italy, 1999; mixed media;
21 x 42 x 5 cm; 2.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   C – FRANCE

01 THE STRONG FRENCHMAN
In France the little Michelin-man is almost as famous as the Eiffel Tower or Napoleon Bonaparte.

Object (as an electric lamp); France/Bali, 1999/2008; mixed media;
15 x 28 x 14 cm; 3.500.000 Rp

  please click to enlarge   02 PARIS IN IN THE SPRING

One of our problems is, that “we always know everything already”. Can you check out this claim by reading the title of this artwork?

Painting; France/Bali, 1999/2008; acrylic on canvas;
38 x 50,5 cm; 3.000.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   03 THE PRSCHEWALSKI HORSE & OTHERS

France is full of remains of the Glacier and early Stone times. The object shows a small overview; unfortunately the descriptions are in German language only.

Object; France/Bali, 1996/2008; mixed media;
31 x 67 x 5 cm; 4.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   04 CHAMPAGNE

When you ever drank Champaign in the Champagne, take the cork home with you and keep it as a valuable memory. There will be some times, you’ll have water instead of sparkling wine.

Object; France/Germany, 1981; mixed media;
48 x 24 x 7 cm; 4.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   D - CRETE

01 THE HORN, THE RUST AND THE SEA
The archaic styled object reminds on the ancient times of the island.

Object; Crete, 2002; mixed Media; 39 x 66 x 17 cm; 3.500.000 Rp

                     
please click to enlarge   02 HIPPOKAMPUS

This mixed creature provided some useful transports across the Mediterranean Sea.

Relief; Crete, 2000; mixed Media; 80 x 122 cm; 4.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   03 XYLOLITH I

Nothing is as it seams to be: stone made from wood.

Relief; Crete, 2002; mixed Media; 79 x 107 x 8 cm; 7.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   04 BLACK BULL WITH GOLDEN HORNS

Are these bull horns in Minoan style not exciting elegant?

Sculpture; Crete, 2002; mixed Media; 79 x 46 x 7 cm; 3.500.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   05 CHAIN PARTS

As ever one knows: a chain is as strong as it’s weakest link. This object is made from pieces found at the harbor area in Piraeus/Greece.

Object; Crete, 2003, mixed Media; 50 x 44 x 5 cm; 3.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   06 11.09.01.

It was a sad day of thoughtless anti-Americanism in Kamilari/Crete, when some young men celebrated the aircraft attack happened in New York.

Object; Crete, 2001; mixed Media; 80,5 x 60 x 8,5 cm; 5.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   07 PUT SOME CINNAMON IN YOUR LIFE

This is one of a series of “Smelling Art”; others where made from black and white pepper, curry or sweet paprika.

Object; Crete, 2002; mixed Media; 59 x 40,5 x 4 cm; 3.000.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   08 STONE OAK TREE

Some trees have a very artistic looking bark; this is one out of a series with olive, oak, eucalyptus or plantain trees.

Relief; Crete, 2001; mixed Media; 74 x 105 x 2,5 cm; 7.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   09 THE IRON TIME

Different iron items are mounted together to this quite heavy object.

Object; Crete, 2003; mixed Media; 40 x 80 x 11 cm; 3.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   10 DARK CLOUD OVER BLUE SEA

The dark cloud is a piece of wood, found at the Mediterranean beach near the small village of Kalamaki, South Crete.

Sculpture; Crete, 2004; mixed Media; 50 x 25 x 45 cm; 3.000.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   11 SHIPPING NEWS

The anchor comes from Piraeus, Greece, the other stuff from Crete - only the plastic fish is from Italy.

Object; Crete, 2003; mixed Media; 48,5 x 48,5 x 14 cm; 4.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   12 TAURO BICICLETTA

This piece might looks to you as you have it seen already somewhere else? Doesn’t it look a bit like one of Picasso’s “readymades”?

Sculpture; Crete, 2002; mixed Media; 21 x 56 x 7,5 cm; 3.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   13 IS THIS THE WAY TO KOMMOS BEACH?

Kommos Beach is one of the most famous beaches in the south of Crete: nice girls (sometimes nude), nice water, nice animals.

Object; Crete, 2002; mixed Media; 38 x 42 x 3 cm; 3.500.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   14 MEMORIALS FOR AN OLIVE TREE

Many ancient olive trees – natural monuments as they are - burn down every summer. Heat, drought, carelessness of people and pyromaniac actions are the reasons for such destructive fires.

Object; Crete, 2002; acrylic on MDF; 76 x 108 x 11 cm; 6.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   15 KOKINOS PIRGOS

Kokinos Pirgos is a small and uninteresting place in the South of Crete; only one or two hidden brothels might be of interest for someone.

Object; Crete, 2002; mixed Media; 18,5 x 34 x 4 cm; 2.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   16 BLUE LADY WITH YELLOW HAT AND RED FEATER

The statue deals with the possibility to become three-dimensional by crossing two two-dimensional elements. It also should point out the Female Principle.

Sculpture, acrylic on cement, 72 x 72 x 193 cm; 11.000.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   17 THE VENUS FROM ARCHANES

Kokinos Pirgos is a small and uninteresting place in the South of Crete; only one or two hidden brothels might be of interest for someone.

Sculpture; Crete/Bali, 2002/2008; mixed Media; 23 x 23 x 30 cm; 2.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   E – EGYPT

01 THE CRYING EYE OF HORUS
The truth is: this is a huge, heavy, meaning and beautiful piece and I love it. The Eye of Horus is one of the main symbols in the Egyptian mythology. Horus was the son of Isis and Osiris and together with them he represents the Trinity of the ancient Egyptian gods.

Sculpture; Egypt/Bali, 2008; lacquer on iron;
187 x 107 x 5 cm; 9.000.000 Rp

  please click to enlarge   02 WORSHIPPING THE BLACK PHARAO

It is a repressed truth that over centuries “black” pharaohs from the Sudan reigned Egypt. Racism is no invention of the modern times.

Object; Egypt/Germany, 2005; mixed media;
69 x 53 x 5 cm; 4.500.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   03 THE NUBIAN BEAUTY

It was not only the Nubian women’s velvet dark and soft skin, which impressed me - I also found their silver antique jewelry very beautiful.

Object; Egypt/Bali, 2008; mixed media; 36 x 47 x 2 cm; 9.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   04 THE NUBIAN VILLAGE ON ELEPANTINE ISLAND

Near the first Nile cataract in Aswan is the Elephantine Island. It carries a colorful and live full Nubian village and a very impressive excavation of ancient temples - and a famous “Nilometer” (to messure the heights of the Niles water).

Object; Egypt/Germany 2004/2005; mixed media;
61 x 50 x 4 cm; 3.500.000 Rp
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05 THE CARAVAN TO SIWA

Over hundreds and hundreds of years caravans crossed the deserts. The oasis of Siwa was an important junction of such caravan paths.

Object; Egypt/Germany/Bali, 2004/2005/2008; mixed media;
64,5 x 50,5 x 3 cm; 3.500.000 Rp

                     
please click to enlarge   06 THE LAST SHIRT HAS NO POCKETS

This is an old German saying and wisdom. I wonder if the old Egyptians had a comparable one.

Sculpture, Germany/Bali, 2004/2009; acrylic on concrete;
63 x 193 x 5 cm; 7.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   07 IT'S DANGEROUS TO GO TREKKING IN THE DESERT

But it’s probably less dangerous than to walk on the main street from Ubud to Gianyar (both in Central Bali)

Object; Egypt/Germany, 2006; mixed media;
27 x 27 x 12 cm; 2.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   08 THE MORNING OF THE SPHINX

Object; Egypt/Germany, 2005; 57 x 55 x 5 cm; mixed media;
57 x 56 x 5 cm; 3.000.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   09 WORSHIPPING GOD AMUN RHA

The base of this work is an original frottage. A frottage is a rub off from a stone ore metal carving or engraving. I did this rub off using crayon on paper at the Temple of Amenophis III in Medinet Habu, Luxor West Bank. I had to bribe the security with two times 10 Egyptian Pounds (= ca. 3 Euro). They where standing beside me with their machine pistols while I did the frottage.

Frottage; Egypt/Germany, 2005; mixed media;
50 x 70 cm; 4.460.000 Rp = 40.000 Rp for the bribing expenses.
  please click to enlarge   10 DROMEDAR I

In Egypt I learned that animals with one hump are dromedaries and animals with two humps are camels. Isn’t this a useful knowledge? And what’s about the Camel Filter-cigarettes and their trade mark?

Object; Egypt/Germany, 2004; mixed media;
17 x 12 x 2 cm; 700.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   11 DROMEDAR II

In Egypt I learned that animals with one hump are dromedaries and animals with two humps are camels. Isn’t this a useful knowledge? And what’s about the Camel Filter-cigarettes and their trade mark?

Object; Egypt/Germany, 2004; mixed media;
17 x 12 x 2 cm; 700.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   12 PIERO DELLA FRANCESCA IN LUXOR WEST BANK

I did a series of objects, imagine world famous artist visiting Egypt and doing their “usual things” there. This is one of the series.

Object; Egypt/Germany, 2004; mixed media;
21 x 25 cm; 2.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   13 ALBRECHT DÜRER IN LUXOR EAST-BANK

I did a series of objects, imagine world famous artist visiting Egypt and doing their “usual things” there. This is one of the series.

Object; Egypt/Germany, 2004; mixed media;
21 x 25 x 8 cm; 3.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   14 WASSILY KANDINSKY AT THE KINGS' VALLEY

I did a series of objects, imagine world famous artist visiting Egypt and doing their “usual things” there. This is one of the series.

Object; Egypt/Germany, 2004; mixed media;
21 x 25 x 2 x cm; 2.500.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   15 SUNRISE AT MEDINET HABU

These are still some of my greatest memories to Egypt: the rising sun in the early morning, the coolness of the desert’s nights, the mist above the River Nile Valley, and the noises of the starting days …

Object; Egypt/Germany, 2005; mixed media;
24 x 40 x 4,5 cm; 3.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   16 THE BLACK PHARAO

It is a repressed truth that over centuries “black” pharaohs from the Sudan reigned Egypt. Racism is no invention of the modern times.
This statue also should represent he Male Principle.

Sculpture, acrylic on cement, 84 x 54 x 239 cm
11.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   F - BALI

01 SPICY?
They like to serve you their homemade food and watch you while you eat and fight the tears, caused by their over spiced food. Than they like to ask you – with a broad smile in their face – “Spicy?”

Painting; Bali 2007; mixed Media on canvas; 87 x 69 cm; 3.500.000

                     
please click to enlarge   02 HATI-HATI III

There are many reasons to care about “Hati-hati-signs”. First of all: if you want to stay a live or don’t get injured in Bali’s traffic, you really have to be carefull. This is, what “hat-hati” means.

Object; Bali, 2006; mixed media; 86 x 81 x 2 cm; 3.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   03 GECKO ARRANGEMENT III

In Memory of M. C. Escher
I already have seen many animals before I cam to Bali, Gekos where not amongst them. Living together with them was a total new experience and I tried to work this out – art wise.

Relief; Bali, 2006; mixed media; 108 x 78 x 5 cm; 4.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   04 LIGHT MY FIRE

Simple manipulation turn a matchbox-label into to unique piece of
art. Example No. 3:

Object; Bali, 2007; acrylic on MDF; 52 x 34 x 10 cm; 3.500.000
                     
please click to enlarge   05 KALIBUKBUK

In reality, I did not find Kalibukbuk as colourful as on this painting. Some people in Lovina gave me a real hard time. It was the my first year in Bali and I lived in a so called Balinese neighbourhood.

Painting, 2007; mixed media; on canvas; 100 x 80 cm; 4.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   06 FINALLY THE COCKROACH SURVIVES

Before Bali, I never lived together with cockroaches in one house. These animals have ancient survival abilities and they seam to be much more adaptable to changing conditions of life than we humans.

Object, Bali, 2007; acrylic on wood, 88 x 55 cm; 3.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   07 WASH YOUR HANDS, COMB YOUR HAIR, LUNCH IS READY

A young man from Germany took me to his place near Seririt/Buleleng. They had a basin where the people from the compound washed their hands. My installation reminds me to the guy and his primitive home stay uphill in the forest.

Installation, Bali, 2006; mixed media on MDF;
72 x 64 x 8 cm; 3.500.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   08 IN EVERONE OF US SLEEPS A BUDDA

Another Buddha: I love this piece and I watch it how the background’s gold permanently changes it’s colour.

Relief, Bali, 2006; mixed media on plywood;
70 x 64 x 3 cm; 5.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   09 A BALINESE SUNDAY (Triptych)

This is my first big work using cutouts of broken sarongs. It has a very beautiful festive expression. I love it.

Application, Bali, 2006; fabric on MDF; 123 x 100 cm; 6.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   10 A DANCING CLOUD

Not easy to believe, but the natural coral and the industrial made aluminium go together very well.

Sculpture; Bali, 2007; mixed media; 13 x 24 x 13 cm; 1.500.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   11 COCKS

A cock’s clawns, inserted in a teakwood pyramide with a little cock, and monitored by two porceline eyes – this combination makes me freeze.

Sculpture; Bali 2007; mixed media; 20 x 28 x 17 cm; 2.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   12 IS THIS A BANANA REPUBLIC?

As a man from abroad – a bule – I had rather difficulties to understand Indonesian and Balinese politics and the attitude of the administration.
I had to make up my mind and to ask this question:
Is this a Banana-Republic?

Relief; Bali, 2006; acrylic on MDF; 62 x 44 x 2 cm; 2.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   13 QUIKSILVER

I was very naïve and I thought, the missing letter “c” in the brands name was a mistake while producing the T-shirt. Anyhow – I bought the shirt from the girl who was waring it and used it for a new object.

Object, Bali, 2006; mixed media; 54 x 79 x 6 cm; 3.000.000 Rp

                     
please click to enlarge   14 AYAM! AYAM!

From Kalibukbuk I went shopping to the Singaraja Market almost daily. But it took quite a long time till the market ladies accepted me as an vegetarian.

Object; Bali, 2007; acrylic on MDF; 80 x 60 x 10 cm; 6.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   15 THE LADY FROM THE WEST

Who knows the expectations? Who counts the disappointments? Who wants to be her bikini, her shoe or her sunglasses?
Questions over questions.

Sculpture; Bali, 2006; together with Anonymus; mixed media;;
22 x 55 x 18 cm; 3.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   16 KUTA BEACH

Often I have the idea that people come from all over to through an eye on the bikini beauties at Kuta Beach. It seams that both enjoy it: the girls and their watchers.

Object; Bali, 2007; together with Desak Astini; mixed media on MDF;
65 x 85 x 4 cm; 4.500.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   17 RESCUE BALI

from corruption, consumerism, Islamic missionaries, aids, overwhelming tourism, and overregulation by governments and administration.

Installation; Bali, 2006; mixed media on plywood;
42 x 32 x 30 cm; 3.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   18 LOVINA DIARY

Smart enough: an artist’s diary has to be colourful.

Painting; Bali, 2007; mixed media on plywood;
33 x 33 cm;
2.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   19 THE ARTISTS DREAM

Object; Bali 2007; lacquer on plywood, acrylic on plywood, wax crayon on paper, wax crayons, glass beads, solid wood;

A mixture of joy and fear, hope and resignation, inspiration and dullness – that’s how the reall and good dreams are composed.

Object; Bali, 2006; mixed media; 32 x 52 x 3 cm; 3.000.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   20 LANDMARKS AND SEAMARKS

To not loose your direction, you should orientate yourself on colorful and specific marks.

Installation; Bali, 2006; mixed media in a glass box;
60 x 45 x 50 cm; 6.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   21 GATE TO LOVINA

The northern part of Bali is full of surprises and astonishing details.

Installation; Bali,
2006; mixed media on plywood;
240 x 148 x 22 cm; 7.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   22 IN MEMORIAL TO NIRATI

Nirati was one of my closest friends; she inspired me to travel to India and to meet Osho in Pune.

Object; Bali, 2006; mixed media on plywood; 59 x 70 x 8 cm; 3.000.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   23 SHALL WE GO AND WATCH THE DOLPHINS?

Get up before sunrise, enter a boat and keep you eyes open – you might be lucky; the boat people will be happy anyhow.

Object; Bali, 2006/08; mixed media; 33 x 24 x 22 cm; 3.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   24 ELEGANCE IN STEEL

It’s a pity to use such a stylish tool only to get the flesh out of the
coconut – isn’t it?

Sculpture; Bali, 2006; mixed media; 10 x 33 x 10 cm; 1.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   25 FOUR POINTED THREE POINT

Not only the Greek god Poseidon did wear it, no, also the men working in the Balinese ricefields handle this simple but useful tool.

Sculpture; Bali,2006; mixed media; 14 x 30 x 10 cm; 1.500.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   26 COCONUT SCRATCHER

If you prefer, you can use it to scratch your back, too.

Sculpture; Bali, 2006; mixed media; 14 x 28 x 14 cm; 1.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   27 SICKLE without Hammer

The communists lost both: hammer and sickle.

Sculpture; Bali, 2006; mixed media; 12 x 60 x 22 cm; 1.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   28 A COCONUT GUILLOTINE

This instrument looks much more dangerous than it actually is.

Sculpture; Bali, 2006; mixed media; 13 x 40 x 13 cm; 1.500.000 Rp