Feeling Active > Run The Circle

This painting is made to question a fast-paced capitalist lifestyle. Dogs racing around a track are employed to represent a critique of the human act concerning daily life at work. Run The Circle literally points at how people "run" for money much too quickly with too much emphasis on performance, and how such an act pushes away the wonderful side of our "run" Italian racing greyhounds are trained to run in a circle all of their lives to make money for their handler, however the actual work (the run) becomes a game for the dog. So what about us? Do we really think about where we our putting our feet while working?

Éloïse Dumas

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