In the painting, 'Circumcision Feast', she uses a photograph from the family album of a friend showing a circumcision celebration in the 1960s as her starting point. Torcu shows the 'oddity' of the ceremony and probes the complex relationships between the family members. A peculiar feature of the painting is a boy aiming a toy gun at his mother. In this art work, which is a diptych comprising two parts that are linked together by the quilt covering the boy, both parts are somewhere 'in between'. Although not a part of Torcu’s own reminiscences, this scene, painted on paper, has almost become her property and has taken on aspects of an 'anonymous' image.