Three heads come together, forced into position by the figure on the right, whose arm stretches out seemingly to strangle the figure on the left. Stranger still, the three heads share only two mouths – frozen rictuses, one a grin, the other a grimace. The central Janus-faced figure stares both ways, his eyes met by the eye of the companion to his left or his right, each of whom presses their face into his. This untitled 2014 work by Christina…
Want to read more?
As an unregistered user you can view 5 articles per month.
You can register free to get a further 15 free articles
and access to 2 digital editions per month
or subscribe for unlimited access
If you have already signed up access you account here