- Unique, signed art piece from the 'Late Lunch' series (2022)
- Acrylic resin, pigments and some whole grains
- 10 × 2,5 × 12,5 cm
- Incl. wall mounting suspension
'Late Lunch' is a series of works by Caz Egelie, adjecent to their recent Castle Works, in which the spaces and characters of a medieval castle are approached as a means to explore identities and social roles though seduction, play and daydreaming. In Late Lunch we wander over to the nearby market just outside the southern gate, to have a taste, meet some familiar faces from the court and be seduced into a gluttinous world of fools and foods.
Caz Egelie (1994) creates installations, performances, two-dimensional works and videos. In their multi-disciplinary body of work the visual vocabulary of the works is combined with Caz' conceptual approach, and their appetite for theatre and performativity. By referring to art history and its artists and taking on unusual ways of production and presentation, Caz plays a game with real and fake, fact and fiction, reproduction and 'the artist's signature'. By defying these categorisations, Caz engages in institutional critique from the position of the jester, resulting in what one could call 'institutional jest'.