- Number 2 - When Sitting Frontal
- Number 4 - When Kneeling
- Number 6 - At Praying
- Number 7 - When Moving The Arm Frontal
- Number 8 - When Moving The Arm Collateral
- Number 9 - In Gesticulation
- Number 10 - At Bending
- Number 11 - When Having A Silent Moment
- Number 12 - When Cleaning The Bath
- Number 13 - Comparing Male and Female
- Number 14 - Comparing Male and Female Used Space
- Number 15 - For Undressing
- Number 18 - When Sitting At A Table
- Number 20 - For Feeling Free
Human Idealisation - Definition of Space by Paul G.
Mathematics was able to explain nature‘s aesthetic by using geometry and formulas and to define the human body with proportions and ratio, whereby the perfect human shape was accurately defined (Da Vinci‘s „Vitruvian Man“). This aesthetical image of human proportions and ratios led to a problem: the idealistic and abstracted archetype completely restrains human‘s individuality and transforms humans to objects therefore. Remind: Human idealisation and monumentalise moments from daily grind.