Anxiety is now prevailing in our time, it is the complexity that exists between anxiety and progress I portray, the world is about to break in half. Do we really just use each other and break each other down, as if we were animals? The red dynamic bodies are swinging the lasso, keeping the rope tight, we must go forward, the blue ridden bodies are fighting and crawling, tortured and worn out but strong enough to create a slow speed. The floating bodies are big, one to one; they come towards you, bulging and full of life. Human Rodeo is inspired by the political currents in the western part of our world today, and is based on a painting called Menneskeridt from 1959 by Svend Wiig Hansen. He was a Danish sculptor/painter (1922-1997) who portrayed the Cold War by painting big bodies, almost as meat lumps, writhing and screaming, crawling and beaten. He took inspiration in antiquity just as I, and was dealing with complexity pain/suffering, joy/humour. He also painted the fear; the fear of what mankind should or could do. History is repeating, art must help reminding us of making progress not retrogression.