In 'Vanitas (2)', a sculpture made entirely of soft grey plaster, the artist has brought together a selection of loosely associated objects, both commonplace as well as strange and surprising, on a large plaster table top. This Wunderkammer-style collection combines a number of different scales; some of the objects are life-sized, while others have been reduced in size. The monochrome still life features common items such as bottles, glasses, a soft drink can, suitcases and crockery, furniture items, including a corner sofa, a folding chair and a desk, as well as more architectural elements such as a stone fountain. Added to this are elements from the natural world, including, among other things, trees, a bunch of grapes, blackberries, fir cones, a peeled tangerine, walnuts and a pear. Other objects, such as books, writing utensils, snails, candlesticks and a human skull, allude to the more traditional components of the still life genre. This anachronistic, eclectic collection contains numerous references to contemporary life examples include a packet of cigarettes, a lighter and a mobile phone but overall it is entirely in keeping with the classical Vanitas scene, reflecting the transience and insignificance of our scripted lives.