In his work, Erwin Wurm transforms familiar objects like houses, clothes, and food into an unexpected, funny, and simultaneously critical context in relation to contemporary society. Here, he presents a series that discusses the human body not only through its physicality but also through its psychological and spiritual layers. Wurm sees the house as part of the body: as a kind of skin that protects us, like a car or clothing. These elements become animated with organic life – an obese villa, a thin toilet, a sausage full of personality, an overweight car. The transformed objects speak for themselves, but essentially they speak about each one of us.