Models , interviews and inscriptions

Before I start any picture, and before even formulating the basic settings, I implement a series of informal interviews with the model. These interviews are aimed at finding those important truths which the model wants to express with an inscription on her body. The model herself is therefore included in the creation of the image. The next step is to start shooting photos. When I get a better understanding of the model, she is then required to figure a way out of a imaginary situations. That’s the most fertile moment. Unexpected things start to take place.
That is what happened in this picture. The model had chosen to write out the word TRUTH in different languages on her chest.
Then she started to remove the inscription. That moment created multiple ways of reading and interpreting this image.

 TRUTH l watercolor l 56 x 37 cm l 2015

TRUTH l watercolor l 56 x 37 cm l 2015

 TRUTH l watercolor l 29,5 x 19,5 cm l 2015

TRUTH l watercolor l 29,5 x 19,5 cm l 2015

 Olivera (one of my first and favorite model) and I, after the painting was completed.

Olivera (one of my first and favorite model) and I, after the painting was completed.