180 fresh eggs on a feminine constructed aluminiumdress warn by a woman running towards the observer in a wasted nature. The dress moves heavily from side to side, eggs conttinue to fall to the ground. The work is, as the title reveals, a piece on deconstruction and reconstruction.
PHOENIX talks about fertility, about wanting the wrong thing, about pain and loss. The fall and loss, however, give birth to a new beginning. The piece tells the story of the mothers loss, the soundless scream, and of the reconstruction of the deconstruction.
Embroidery and mixed media on canvas
4 pieces 19 cm diameter
180 fresh eggs cotton, aluminium
130 x 110 x 110 cm