The title of the works within the series ‘Form’ (English) refers to the ‘shell’ of a building, like the ‘skin’. But ‘Form’ wants to go beyond the purely plastic. By working with a specific body language, the aim is to reveal an inner feeling. With these works, further research is done into a certain form of disorientation. A close-up of the human body is depicted with the exception of the head, making abstract forms and volumes. Due to the high degree of reality in the works, there is an attraction to the image, but at the same time, due to the playfulness of the flame, the posture of the body and the absence of the head, the work seems reserved.

Soot on white paper.

FORM I: 180x105cm

FORM II & III: 140x105cm