In the Lap of God is a multi-faceted narrative that attempts to pose questions pertaining to contemporary values. Its central elements are clay, soil, dishes— everyday objects—and milk—a common food—whose presence implies the contemporary class divide. The project is completed by the intervention of a soundscape activated by the visitor's presence. While a dog drinks milk, the slurping sound of the tongue is audible. Functioning as a catalyst, the sound builds tension in the surroundings, draws the visitor’s attention, and invites the reading of the conceptual dimension of the work.