Close-Up Cut-Outs

Close-up Cut-outs are a series of four large-sized prints that have been cut out by hand. They always depict a scene with two faces in the middle of a dialogue. The characters are made up of a collage of different faces. Their words, which are displayed in a text balloon, come also from adapted quotations that range from philosophical citations and poems to pop songs. As figures without a background, these pieces are a mixture between image, object and space. The architectural environment where they are displayed each time becomes their new, always changeable, background. Since many missing pixels within the images have been removed as well, it is possible to see the space through the cut-outs, which become in this way integrated into the spatial context.

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Father I never wanna be like you

Cut-out digital print (2009-11), 365 x 295 cm

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It is Plain

Cut-out digital print (2009), 400 x 260 cm

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Get Rid of Yourself

Cut-out digital print (2009) 392 x 272 cm

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Frame 04

Cut-out digital print (2009-11), 400 x 250 cm

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All Your Way

Cut-out digital print (2010) 30 x 42 cm. Edition of 20

This piece belongs to an edition, available at mo-art gallery

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Fortune Cookie

Cut-out digital print (2010) 30 x 42 cm. Edition of 20

This piece belongs to an edition, available at mo-art gallery


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