This series of ‘The Five Senses’ works was produced by Jan Brueghel with the collaboration of Peter Paul Rubens, responsible for the allegorical figures.
Brueghel made explicit reference to all the iconographic elements in this sense.
I describe some examples of the work that I have intervened:
In reinterpreting this 17th century work, I refer to the social parallelism that exists between the two speeds of the past and the present.
In the background of the work, cherries that represent the mythological Mana fall from the sky.
Emoticons wallpapering walls, with food from McDonalds, queues of emigrants to see if food arrives, to be able to eat, in contrast to the poverty of some and the opulence of others: politicians, famous chefs, singers, actors ...