The background is made up of thousands of photographic fragments of feminine curves. In the foreground stands an image that radiates intensity, a symbol of intimacy, a face. The photo mosaics of Joël Moens de Hase first began to emerge in 2011. They rapidly caught the interest of a national and international viewership, and both were highly receptive. This digital art form, a contemporary alternative of pixel art and pointillism, has the ability to surprise and seduce through the originality and aesthetics of the concept. It is a testament to its age. It stems from a wide range of different sources but primarily from the liberation of a futuristic spirit, that of this Belgian artist born in 1959. A veritable homage to sensuality, a symphony of colours which unleashes the imagination and tantalises the senses.