DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE
The rabbit glows in neon.
If you look closer, you can see the shape of a woman, extremities, breasts, vagina.
“Down the Rabbit Hole” is a metaphor for a difficult situation, but for Anna also an inversion of Gustave Courbet’s painting “The Origin of the World,” which shows a close-up view of the vulva of a reclining, naked woman with her thighs spread. The rest of the body, except for the belly and a breast with a nipple, is not visible. “The image shows a woman as the source of a future universe”. Anyone who looks at the neon rabbit upside down will discover the analogy.