In this painting an amputated mannequin lies on bed, in presence of a dog, which appears to attentively wait for his boss. Barion represents the tragic story of Actaeon, the famous hunter who fell to the fatal wrath of the Greek Goddess Artemis. The hunter became the hunted; he was transformed into a stag, and his raging hounds tore him apart as they would do to a stag.
In this painting, Barion stresses the relationship between watching and being watched. The ubiquitous views in Barion’s work are reminiscent of surveillance images of CCTV cameras.