Small color clippings, empty sheets, papers, notebooks inspire Sylvie Monden to make image sequences. Starting from a blank sheet she zooms in, establishes details and converts them into patterns and structures of lines, points, surfaces and grids. It seems like she is doing a microscopic analysis of a void that results in repetitive engraved characters and colors. Her works hardly remind one of the empty paper, except perhaps a small margin or the contours of the sheet. Images (re) generate new possibilities over and over again and seek their autonomy and right to exist. Her abstract works may ultimately form a structured visibility of time.