That hunting scene is now only the second-most-disturbing thing we've seen involving Bambi's mother.
The piece, titled Trophy (we're sorry, were you still expecting subtlety at this point?), depicts two elk banging missionary-style, complete with kissing and intense eye contact. The piece appears to satirize the normalcy we now associate with injecting human characteristics into animal life, showing how the perfectly natural bland missionary (the Dane Cook of sexual positions) would look shockingly out of place in nature.
The completed work was placed outside of the Herron School of Art in Indianapolis. Though it was one of 15 sculptures commissioned to be placed around campus and the school attempted to place it somewhat out of sight, it still managed to find its way to being a topic of heated public discussion. Because if someone found the time to make it, you better believe people were going to find the time to b***h about it.
"Let them watch ... I can only finish when they watch ..."
Its creator, Wim Delvoye, has a long a history of provocative sexual art pieces that make the natural seem unnatural and vice versa, such as his bondage bird houses or the series of x-rays he took of his friends boning, which must have done wonders for their fertility. But his most famous piece is a machine called "Cloaca" which, in his own words, had the primary goal of creating the most exact replica of human s**t ever produced -- though most people still believe that everyone who calls themselves a "neo-conceptual artist" is doing exactly that.