Inspired from the corporate world, the painting “The big game” speaks of sexism in the male dominated business world. A woman, dressed in her underwear, stands isolated at the corner, while two male peers almost walk over her. The smoke coming out of her mouth and in the air expresses the silent frustration. In the middle of the painting music instruments, toys and candies lie beside a cup of office coffee, as though the actors of the painting are
playing a big game. Inside an Artdeco style hallway, suits void of any spirit whisper and plan while the observer, with no clothes on – a symbolic way to say that she has no masks and no armours to play along – looks at the outside showing us the scene.