Well, it was HUGE! Not all that much taller than a real person, but the head and body and arms and hands and feet were enormous! The pain in the eyes was heart-breaking, and the fleshness without disguise or artifice was heart-breaking.
She's kind of based on the true story of a baboon mother whose baby died, and, in her grief, who stole an infant human and kept it for a while. The baby was unharmed.
This Mother is conceived as a kind of genetically engineered wet nurse...her buttocks and back look as though there has been vivisection...
There is something of the "mammy" in her...forced to raise babies not her own, while grieving for her own baby.
The details of the juxtaposition of the human infant in a disposable nappy, suckling from engineered "human" breasts, and the presence of the ordinary bags of baby stuff, against the Mother's nakedness and animal attributes was profound.
She's working in Australia so I hope I get to see more of her work.
There's a treasure trove of detailed photography of her work in one of the links I posted on my thread.