The supposed snapshots now narrate a stereotyped world, without individual characteristics. The viewer will attempt to give back the individuality to the homogenized illustrations as he distinguishes between the individual people, their postures, their style of clothing and their age. Despite all the dissolution into abstract areas of color and shapes, the viewer searches for the very distinctive and for this reason compares Tschudi’s pictures with his own experience. Yet the paintings keep their secret, alternate between cheerful, vibrant colorfulness and curiously powerful disconcertment. The flawless acrylic glass areas once again highlight the designed superficiality of the reduced portrayal of people, who appear to have been robbed of all individuality. This process is again emphasized in the change of media from photography as basis into painting. As within almost every photograph, people attempt to capture unique moments and individual situations, to evade globalized standardization.