Taking their sculpture Little Death Machine (Castrated) 1993, now in the Tate Collection, as a point of departure, the Chapmans have created a series of improbable machines that emulate human functions such as breathing, thinking or sexual intercourse. In their subversive wit and black humour, the works recall the disturbing sexual fetishism and fascination with dismemberment of the Surrealists.
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