seagull and fish stomachs
seagull stomachs (left), fish stomachs (right)
two stomachs of 2 x 10 x 4 cm, two stomachs of 2 x 7 x 4 cm
unfired red clay

Four pathological stomachs were modeled from clay in original size.
Micro plastics increasingly occurring in the oceans pass through the food chain into stomachs of seagulls. Due to local oil pollution the fish Tilapia Mariae living in the Niger Delta no longer achieves its natural size. Both will die from stomach diseases.

Forming the deformed provides an emphatic bridge.