From anonymity to intimacy.
Every day you pass by many people. People you do not know, of which you do not know anything. The everyday moves past you. You look at it, but not always consciously and conscientiously. Most passers-by do not ask your attention.
The starting point of my photo series is that the special body decoration, which is often masked by clothing, is given up. You are admitted to the circle of intimacy.
In a triptych of forto's who hides behind the anonymous "outside". On the skin, and photographed from nearby, the person gives his or her "secret" price and thus comes out of anonymity. A statement is issued through photography.
From each person's creation is a small photo series deals triptych being presented. The middle image is in black and shows the person as we might encounter him or her.
The two side panels are in color, in which the intimacy of the body is central. The original letting of the middle image is broken. Little by little, anonymity decays and the person comes into the picture.