>>Emopressions 2<<

This is the sequel to Emopressions 1, but the formats are larger, the figures are almost life-size. In some cases, the images are supplemented by animals or objects or by geometric shapes, which can certainly be two-dimensional.
The figures no longer only consist of dancing movements, but sometimes also represent sports. The colors and forms complement each other, and if the image content is not really comprehensible, it is quite understandable to think of compositions in the sense of gestural painting. The painting process becomes legible.
Thus, although a mental guidance within the topic is triggered by the figures, the compositional process also gains importance, which creates a handwritten comparability.