From his lonesome wooden tower (size mL)
Bogdan ANDA • London / Leicester • United Kingdom
2020 • Giclée (inkjet) • Photo Manipulation • Photography • Printmaking
Edition 1 / 20
50 x 50 cm
◙ The artist says that this artwork is about music. ◙ The title (a bit different than the text included in the artwork) is a metaphor stolen from Leonard Cohen's song "Suzanne" (which according to the songwriter, was stolen anyway, by a friend, long before this new misappropriation). ◙ The name is meant to give the piece a deep religious vibe; this is because nature, seen through the artist's eyes, is not a toy, but something sacred which sacrifices itself every day for the salvation of ungrateful humankind. ◙ The questions marks are stolen from Bob Dylan. ◙ Additional sizes of the artwork (s, m, L and XL), all in limited editions, are also being printed. Contact the artist for up to date information about prices and available numbers.