... From the multitude of lines and boundaries that run through the surfaces and spaces of the body, a plane is created that is divided into the smallest units and absorbs all others. The front and the back, the top and the bottom are released from their traditional duties. The volumes are dissolved into surfaces. The sizes as well. And the painter works into this single plane with its countless units.
Each segment receives special attention, becomes a painted unicum, grows through colour and structure into a valley, a plateau, becomes a building block of meaning, which will then play its role at the end of a long process of creation and hold the whole picture together from its place. If the term had not been so denigrated long ago, I would be talking about body worlds at this point.