Anuli Croon’s paintings are open to multiple interpretations. The two-dimensional images often consist of a colorful mixture of stylized figures, buildings, and patterns. At first glance, they look deceptively simple, seemingly referring to cartoon characters and contemporary advertisements. We may suspect that something is going on, without knowing what it is. Croon’s figures are prominently indifferent. Seemingly emotionless they give neither text nor explanation, and are man and woman at the same time. Because of their postures, hands, and noses, they are individual alike. Yet Croon manages to portray them differently with a skillful and loving touch, which makes it possible for the viewer to identify with her figures.