In 1999 I was invited by Daglicht, a graphic workplace to participate on a project of monumental graphics entitled Artist's Village', which took place in the space of the MU in the Witte Dame in Eindhoven. Here I also used my own body as reference point. The tumbling girls on the silk-screen were reduced to small cells in the whole. At the same time the large figure is a landscape in itself. The blind-block prints, just as the bronze sculptures are constructed out of plant material. They became Vanita works, not only related to death, but above all the celebration of life. Not in the sense of career planning, but awareness of the functioning of the body.