Erwin Wurm describes himself as a “professional deformer”. This Austrian-born professor of Fine Arts in Paris has been exploring the critical fields of art for more than 10 years. After working on the human ready-made, where he asked the visitor to perform an action for a few seconds (lying on tennis balls, putting on a sweater for two), he is now working on the idea of hypertrophy that characterizes consumer society, the contemporary art market and the bank account of luxury buyers…. Its “Fat House”, for example, can be understood as a denunciation of the rapid urbanization and our Western inability to be satisfied with small individual housings when our means allow us to enjoy large volumes alone. The “Fat cars” denounce the absurdity of owning excessive sports cars, and the filling of their owners’ bank accounts… To be taken with humour?