Simon Wald-Lasowski
Simon Wald-Lasowski

I think there’s very little likelihood that oysters, mussels and clams have any consciousness so it’s defendable to eat them, trampoline, Antwerp, August 2017, exhibition view

Simon Wald-Lasowski
Simon Wald-Lasowski

2016, plaster, acrylic paint, polyurethane, adhesive, wood, necklace, feathers, costume glasses, dried chicken foot, fruit net, stress ball, office chair, dimensions variable (chimp approx. 50 x 35 x 25 cm)

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Simon Wald-Lasowski

I think there’s very little likelihood that oysters, mussels and clams have any consciousness so it’s defendable to eat them.

Open from 03.08.2017 until 26.08.2017.

No opening but a cocktail finissage on 26.08.2017


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The exhibition is the result of the first collaboration between trampoline and Apice for Artists.