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Strictly speaking, silhouettes represent an abstraction of the subject - details sink into darkness, only the outline shape remains. In the case of a human silhouette, our brain has learned to interpret much information from the figure's posture. Often we can tell what gender the figure is and what mood it is in.

The more information we can glean from the figure, the more interesting we find it. 


"I like to work with silhouettes, by reducing them to your outline the protagonist becomes a graphic form. The tension between the urban landscape and the people acting in it becomes clearer."

More Series:

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Loosing one dimension

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Hidden connections

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Minimal City

Deep inhalation, 2020

People in urban landscapes


Urban reflections


Juxta Positions

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