Verdiana Albano constructs sculptures out of honey and flowers. The honey is poured into a mould and solidifies. Visually, the solidified honey is now strongly reminiscent of amber, even though it has no comparable durability.
Transience and the human desire to hold on to the moment are thematised and juxtaposed in the sculptures. Preserved are flower varieties such as bluebells, thyme and daisies, which are relevant, natural nectar sources for bees. The plants are staged as they are poured, borrowing from an endless plethora of significant and popular European dinner services from centuries past. Albano's work in liquid gold reads as a tribute to the famous White Gold, which is a fundamental part of the Fulda porcelain collection at Schloss Fasanerie.