It could be said that it started this way, in the life sculpture class, led by the chance of a day-time job as an art model. Sitting on the floor, the head bowed to the stomach, I considered the folded space. This field of vision was purely composed of skin, and yet foreign, disembodied.
There was also this human urge, the need to proportion the world to my vision and body. In short: there was the desire to make a landscape from the formlessness I saw.
As a matter of fact, it is possible to calculate the surface of the skin of a human body, as its weight and size are known. So I started a drawing, a 1,6549 m² landscape. However proportionate, the surface felt much bigger than me. Drawing became immersive – just as posing was.