His ceramic and bronze figures resemble people with animal heads and often make a smile appear on the viewer’s face. They stand upright, sit, or hang, wear colourful clothing and blur the boundaries between humans and animals. At second glance, the animals are no longer as cute as imagined. A grim bottom layer becomes visible. Do these animals imitate humans? Or are they people who behave like animals? Peter Hiemstra not only questions our behaviour, our vision of the world, and our beliefs but also makes fun of it.