Caressing Souls conveys different meanings depending on whether caressing is read either as a verb or an adjective. What do souls need to feel caressed? Or, what gives a soul the quality of being able to caress another? Perhaps it is the space, physically as well as depicted within each work, that is caressing the figures, allowing them to unfold their presence. Definitely, the meaning of the art displayed is to reach out and touch, let vibrate the inner world of the viewer; the part of one that is ineffable (the soul?) and yet undeniably present.
–– Mwangi Hutter