Trees Heil (1993, The Netherlands) makes photos, performances and short videos. The works show temporary constructed situations in which spaces, people and their behavior are given a new, poetic context. By using materials including plaster, jute, hair and paint, she transforms the people she photographs into different shapes. Within the work she explores the fluidity of man and themes such as identity and intimacy are explored. The intuitive and personal working method is expressed in a magical-realistic, playful visual language. Recently, Heil has focused on making installations consisting out of selfmade wooden, plaster and sidewalk chalk frames and murals.