Today she is the lady of death, which I believe is the best muse to have.
The dog and the rabbit are telling us not to chase unattainable material goals.
I made every single piece myself, each individual component, so it was quite time consuming.
The hoop is there to remind us not to jump through it, not to submit to someone else's control.
The dog, the rabbit and the hoop all feature in the painting, and take the place of the orrery.
Newton, of course, was the inventor of differential calculus so his place in the tale is quite special.
She's not happy about the life she is living but to jump through the hoop would mean to succumb to death.
You see, my ambition was not to confound the engineering world but simply to create a beautiful piece of art.
The engine of ancient society was religion but the engine of contemporary society, as I see it, is advertising.
If we listen human instinct actually tells us what we need, but advertising makes us want things we don't need and things we can't have.