Rosemin Hendriks (Velp, 1968) uses faces – generally her own – as the starting point for her works. Each face is drawn, in mainly linear fashion, using charcoal and Conté on a large sheet of paper. The large format creates a peculiar tension between a sense of intimacy and empathy on the one hand and feelings of disassociation and alienation on the other. The artist prefers not to call her works self-portraits; for her, they are first and foremost drawings. The exhibition will consist of a number of recent drawings combined with a selection of earlier work.