'One midsummer afternoon I stumbled upon a neglected pile of glossy prints in my drawer.
Looking through them in front of my studio-window, the daylight added an extra dimension to the pictures. For the second time I was in cooperation with daylight, building dimensions to celebrate existence in the palm of my hand and under my thumb.
The intentional presence of the thumb adds a dimension as well ; it prevents the pictures from being merely aesthetic according to traditional standards. The last pages are a continuation of the visual contemplation,
an empty white plane, symbol of awareness.
Sometimes your thumb will be close to mine, holding this booklet.
The light, or your situation looking through the pictures right now, might add something as well to the whole image, you holding this enlightened object and the space around you.