The sculptures are a symbiosis between antique Chinese Jade sculptures from Inner Mongolia, and contemporary cartoons. The Pan-Hongshan culture is 5000 years old, where their figures represent a combination of men, women and animals, often attributed with exaggerated sexual organs. Fertility sculptures and amulets are often to bee seen in smaller scale. Presenting the sculptures in human size, and using polished stainless steel as material, the viewer's image will be reflected onto the sculptures. By contextualizing the oldest sculptures in the world within the contemporary art scene, the art project creates a statement of human understanding and continuity.

Material: Stainless steal
Size: H. 2m.
Material: Polyester and black varnish
Size: H. 2m. and 26 to 35 cm.