Mamma Muntagna, 2005
Clay-model by: Esther Seidel, 2004
Carved out of sandstone by: Simone d’Angiolo, 2005
After a sketch by Roland Topor, 1976
Sandstone; 150 cm x 120 cm x 110 cm


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The Entangled Seamstress, 1997
marble, bronze; 126 cm x 40 cm x 80 cm

Born in Paris in 1938 where he also died in 1997. Topor is associated with satiric drawings and his black humour but he was multi-talented and also could be seen as an actor. Some might remember him as the fly-eating secretary in Werner Herzog´s version of “Nosferatu”.
“The Entangled Seamstress” at the “Giardino” is an homage by Daniel Spoerri to his intimate friend after his death. The sculpture has been made from a drawing by Topor.