A conceptual artist with a (dark) sense of humour. She deals - in her practice - mostly with aspects of childhood (e.g. the wish to touch, try things, to ask planty of questions; the funny way the adults world can looks like from a point of view of a child). These two pieces are part of a series of two images that come along on the same photogrpic paper. It asks questions about adults behaviour.
Has MA Fine Art, Central Saint Martins College, London
Labels: Gali Timen