Wim Delvoye (Belgian, b.1965) is a Neo-Conceptual and installation artist best known for his controversial work centered on the body and bodily functions. One of his most famous installations, entitled Cloaca, turns food into feces, which he collects and sells. His work has appeared in numerous solo exhibitions, including those held at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, in New York, NY, Musée d’Art Contemporain, in Lyon, France, Musee Rodin, in Paris, France, Palais des Beaux-Arts: Centre for Fine Arts, in Brussels, Belgium, and Musée du Louvre, in Paris, France. Delvoye lives and works in Gand, Belgium.