This collection of portraits marks a versatile detour from the artist’s main means of expression.
The purpose of this more decorative proposition is to explore the mechanisms of human personality from the most inexperienced viewpoint possible. Here, the artist becomes a child and begins a regression into his past, in order to ultimately explore the possibilities of getting to know the other. In fact, the portraits and their previous studies were made in random places, almost out of necessity. They create a diverse collection of reductions from the other portraits, to a palette of mate colours and clumsy child-like strokes.