Humour in contemporary art - a headless statue with a drawn face

Headless classical statue with cartoon face

A classical statue without a head, with a crude face drawn onto the oval form of the neck.
Part of the appeal of this piece is the juxtaposition of opposites - the elegance in form of the classical statue in contrast to the crudeness of execution of the contemporary head.
The piece also contains dark humour and an unsettling quality due to the fact that the drawn two dimensional head is occupying the surface that should be joining a three dimensional head to the body.