All family names are assigned to each other in a radar chart. Their first and last name are to be read as an image of a barcode, generated by an application in Code 128. It represents characters by varying the widths and spacings of vertical parallel lines. These different thick bars are placed on the area and resemble my family tree. The latex skin molded from the paper object is backlit photographed with a large format camera and enlarged on gelatin silver paper.
»The New Art found its final form in the suprematistic abstract. (...) Within the field of painting the New Art overcame the surface and passed from the illusionistic representation of three-dimensional bodies on the two-dimensional surface to a new method of the representation of bodies and its relations in real space. (The cubist method of representation including the time.)«
The NonObjective World (1926), Kasimir Severinovich Malevich, trans. from the German by Howard Dearstyne. Chicago, Paul Theobald, 1959.
Untitled (Sup.Supri.Suprema, Familie), 2006, Xerox-copy / ink / pencil on paper, 48.3 x 36 cm
Untitled (Sup.Supri.Suprema, Familie), 2006, paper / Finnish woodpulp board / beeswax / gouache / linen, 197 x 100 cm
Untitled (Sup.Supri.Suprema, Familie), 2006, pigment / latex, 195 x 98 cm
Untitled (Sup.Supri.Suprema, Familie), 2006, gelatin silver print mounted on dipond, 197 x 92 cm