Personal idiosyncrasies

A collaborative possibility in anonymised portraits emerged from the fact that blind contour, a typical exercise in art classes, verifies that each person’s drawings are very similar to each other, while informing very little on the particularities of the subject. Highly idiosyncratic, blind contour displays the first attribute of style, presenting an inner self-portrait as a draftsperson. While being showcased within portraits of others it also sums up the idea that each character is affected by her social relationships, reacting to an environment.

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