In the past, in order to feed themselves and their families and, thus, survive, men were hunters.
In contemporary society, man has become both the hunter and the hunted. He spends an average 8 hours/day tied to his chair in his office, hungry to earn more so that he can afford a lifestyle that is actually haunting and controlling him.
His food is now the internet, his desires and interests. Careless for what he eats, he has no time to enjoy his food and shortly eliminates it from his system, as he often does with other aspects of his life.
Series of drawings in ink liner, marker on sticker paper, 2015