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“Even a dead animal preserves more powers of intuition than some human beings with their stubborn rationality” – Joseph Beuys 1978

This site specific installation was part of a group show at Eblana house in January 2015. The animal effigy addressed, among other things: our relationship with other non-human animals; death; the myth of progress and one of capitalism’s oldest symptoms – disposable life. In the end, it fed the local birds.