Bodies touching, skin on skin, swirling fingertips and toes, firm grips, soft grips, felt heartbeats, stimulated breaths, shared breaths, … Sensuality in all of its aspects and the expression of inner states are very much on the forefront here, with the aesthetics subservient to them yet remaining important nonetheless.

The stronger the evocation (or provocation even), the greater the possible impact on the consciousness of the viewer.

These works evolved out of some of our very first sculptural works (Intimacy I & II, now in the archives).