These wooden figures are abstract versions of human emotions: a fluid situation of emotions constantly turning and merging into one another, creating new forms. The melding together of the figures even presents an unclear form of their identities. It is as if in the dance of life, a man and woman continuously turn into each other and separate from one another. The use of positive and negative space brings the viewer into this condition of fluidity too. As the viewer turns around the wooden figures, they present him with different angles of abstraction, placing him in different distances as he accompanies the wooden figures in their dance. An experience similar to the artist’s as he rotated around a wooden timber in the process of creating these figures.