Arms Disarmed – Banana
About the artwork
Stick ‘em up and take a bite. Clara Hallencreutz’s Arms Disarmed–Banana offers a wry commentary on a hotly disputed object. Especially in the US, where mass shootings, particularly in schools, are a painfully divisive subject, Hallencreutz’s image of a banana morphing into a revolver asks an implicit question: Should weapons be as accessible as a supermarket commodity? The bright color seems to disarm the weapon—which apparently can shoot only the yellow paint that dribbles out of the barrel.
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About Clara Hallencreutz
Beauty and horror, recontextualized
“I work to create art simply; driven by a sense of joy, lust, and energy"
Clara Hallencreutz has mastered the art of recontextualization in the most joyful way imaginable. A gun made from colorful candy, or flowers frozen in a Chanel bottle cast; she plays with universal triggers as she asks us to look a little diMore about Clara Hallencreutz