Lisson Gallery, London, 31 March – 6 May Cavorting acorns, misanthropic bananas, mischievous elephants, salacious poos and bashful ponies are just some of the objects-turned-characters making up the floor-based tableau that crowds the first of two rooms in Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg’s exhibition. At first resembling children’s toys, these silicone figures – which also include seedy carrots, angry anthropomorphised houses and vulgar golf-ball/moon-like beings – molest, grope, tease and taunt one another; pulling down pants and socks, peeling, licking, prodding…
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