Aeneid Book VI (630-901)Ink on paper, 73 x 56 cm
A re-inscription of book VI of the Aeneid using the C Day Lewis translation. In this section, Aeneas is briefly reunited with his dead father in Elysium having been taken to the underworld by the Sibyl. The book refers to a hundred (female) voices issuing from a hundred caves. The oval motif makes reference to voices, caves and openings.