Having man and woman in one head/sculpture expresses the idea that we carry both identities within us, though physically we are bound more to one gender.
This is the first of five multiple/double heads; with every single one, I tried to find a a different way to convincingly connect the two heads. In this sculpture, the original egg has split in two halves, with the division line carrying from the front to the back of the sculpture: one half is sliding itself ahead of the other.
The woman is on the right, with her head inclined, indicating that she wants to leave. Yet she can’t, or doesn’t, as the sculpture, true to its nature, remains still.
Movement is frozen, caught in a permanent state of flux and ambivalence.