Being primarily a play with composition, perception and human anatomy, Scars go beyond that, aiming at transcending a certain feeling of (de)composing oneself under pressure of external influences and circumstances. As in other photo-series, the figures are the main visual elements to build compositions. They are relaxed, in melancholic state, sprinkled with joyful contentment, abruptly cut by frames, but far from being incomplete. A bright light (almost like in hospitals) exposes them to the views of Others. A documentary photographic approach gives a certain aspect of truth to the manipulated images. The truth about being satisfied with oneself.