Edible inner organs of domestic animals were cast in porcelain and assembled in a still life installation. The central point of the installation is a negative imprint of a rabbit cast with/in(**??) white chocolate and offered as a snack to the public during the exhibition. The shiny and detailed surface of the porcelain dish covers almost masks the uncanny origins of the piece, while the bright colours and luster patten alienate the objects

 The work exemplifies the beauty of nature by exposing the fineness of the inner organs. The work  plays with viewers' perception of beauty and invites them to contemplate and question the pervasiveness of the consumer culture that structures and commodifies our relationship with other human and non-human beings.