Han van Wetering, ‘No. 95 Donor Lamberti’, 2014, Chamber
Han van Wetering, ‘No. 95 Donor Lamberti’, 2014, Chamber
Han van Wetering, ‘No. 95 Donor Lamberti’, 2014, Chamber

"Donor Lamberti" is nearly all black, save for the heart and the tongue, which Van Wetering draws attention to with colour. The tongue is split into four pieces that escape the mouth and intertwine, forcing the creature to choke.
Lex ter Braak, Director of the Jan van Eyck Academy, where Van Wetering studied, described these works as "absurd fragments of a broken delirium." A sign of delirium is incoherence, the slurring or jumbling of words. But the inability to speak is also analogous to the nature of an artwork. So, like "Giorgetta Livorno," this surreal and borderline abstract sculpture is also self-referential.

Image rights: Loek Blonk

Maastricht, The Netherlands

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