For this year’s edition of Frieze Sculpture, Sarah Lucas presents a large-scale sculpture, Sandwich, 2011-2020. Standing in opposition to traditional public sculpture, its horizontal configuration – inviting viewers to sit – opposes veneration and pomposity through its prosaic absurdity and functional accessibility. Mining at themes of British culture, Lucas ambiguously transposes the humble sandwich on a monumental scale with a metaphoric and literal sense of hyperbole; simultaneously satirising and celebrating the commonplace foodstuff as a proletariat symbol. The material austerity of the work (cast in concrete, the traces of production left undisguised), likewise elevates and inverts the object's ordinariness with irreverent humour.