“Feed me” is a commentary about how gossip feeds us. We are all victims/ perpetrators of gossip, whether we are the ones spreading or witnessing/ hearing, all of us are ultimately in this never-ending cycle and have a innate curiosity of what is happening.
Set in a gloomy outdoor scene, the painting depicts a white cushioned chair with a red figure holding a “grapevine”; a slang for gossip. The face at the bottom is trying eagerly to eat the fruit, as fallen grapes lay beside. On the right is a shadowed figure lighting the cigarette, representing the starting ignition or spark of these rumours; the start of a wildfire. The chair invites the viewer to have a seat, to join this vicious phenomenon.