Me, Myself & I
Developing further the series "Freejazz", this work symbolizes more a psychological state of human existence. We like to think of ourselves as an entity, as an individual as a whole. I experience myself much more like a fragmented world, constantly shifting, deconstructing and rearranging its parts, its habits and thoughts. Dependent and influenced by our surroundings, media, politics, etc a self-created individual and a entirety in itself being an illusion. We try to distinguish ourselves by means of outfits and decorations, physically we're built all the same and function the same.
The pictures are constructed on and show different levels of this issue. Imbedded on skin (which doesn't show as the outer layer but as a background) body parts appear in sparse arrangements, leaving the beholder to individually reshape a whole.