The silhouettes are made up of several layers of paper. Together, they form the final image. The papers are held by two clips and hang loosely from the wall, thus casting shadows and giving the silhouettes a three-dimensional effect. This effect is sometimes enhanced by the bold colour contrasts and sometimes counteracted, when the colour perspective does not coincide with the spatial perspective. Symmetries and repetitions enhance the abstractedness of each cell, which can only be read in their combined form.