The book INNIG should give us insight into the interior world of our bodies. What lies beneath our skin, fat, blood and hair? I tried to visualize what I think it could look like in ourselves. For that I experimented for a long time with different monotype prints and nude photography, which I developed with cyanotype. The image and print world represent the dynamic, working capacity, the shapes and structures in an abstract way of our bodies. I used a strong black border around different elements in the book to symbolize the border between our body and our world.
Size: 29,7cm x 39cm, Pages: 86