Fear the doily, 2007, 48 x 36, acrylic and charcoal on canvas

Fear the doily 3, 2007, 40 x 30, acrylic and charcoal on canvas

Fear the doily 4, 2008, 14 x 11, acrylic and charcoal on canvas

Fear the doily 5, 2008, 14 x 11, acrylic and charcoal on canvas

Fear the doily 6, 2008, 14 x 11, acrylic and charcoal on canvas

Fear the doily 7, 2008, 14 x 11, acrylique et fusain sur toi

Fear the doily 8, 2008, 14 x 11, acrylic and charcoal on canvas

Fear the doily 9, 2008, 14 x 11, acrylique et fusain sur toi

Fear the doily 10, 2008, 14 x 11, acrylique et fusain sur to

Fear the doily 11, 2008, 14 x 11, acrylique et fusain sur to

Fear the doily 12, 2008, 20 x 16, acrylique et fusain sur to

Fear the doily 13, 2008, 20 x 16, acrylique et fusain sur to

Fear the doily 14, 2008, 20 x 16, acrylique et fusain sur to
Fear the doily 14, 2008, 20 x 16, acrylique et fusain sur to

Fear the doily 14, 2008, 20 x 16, acrylique et fusain sur to

Fear the doily 15, 2008, 20 x 16, acrylique et fusain sur to

Fear the doily 16, 2008, 48 x 36, acrylic and charcoal on canvas

Fear the doily

"It was basically about how the objects that we own consume us. The doily is an object that's used to protect another object. It never ends. We keep building these things up, and now doilies have to be perfect as well. It basically consumes us." 

Alain Bonder in an interview with "Things of desire" online magazine, 2008