Following the cliché legacy of the horror genre, Jonathan Meese moulds his false gods with a timeless ferocity, using bronze casting to attest to their plausible immortality. Soldier of Fortune “Humphrey” (day) conveys an animistic spiritualism: the hellish face appears as ingenerate within the raw molten material, suggesting a malevolent presence at the very origin of nature.

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