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Published on Dec 23, 2007
'Seven Sins' is an installation of the Dutch artist Lizette M. Veenhuizen, first exhibited in Galery Forma Aktua Pinakotheek, Groningen, Holland, december 2007. 'Seven Sins' is a postmodern representation of the medieval catholic tradition of the seven deadly sins. Veenhuizen transponed this liturgic data to her own live. On the evening before Christmas she perfected the installation by destroying the gigantic placenta which was pending above the seven drawings. In this Veenhuizen refers to the Mexican christmas traditions of the pinata. Out of the sinful placenta came broken toys. Veenhuizen expresses her position as a grown woman, the past of childhood can't be repaired.