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As this book explains Giacometti spent his life, exorcising thisexistential and formal void through a return to the human figure. Thequestion that dominated his work was how to restore in art the senseof the presence of the being in space. Giacometti sought tirelesslyto establish his contingent volume, which became increasingly slenderand threadlike, and to seize its finiteness in a reality, howeverbanal it might be. He began to develop heads and nudes modeled in thevoid, in that experience of nothingness that opposed his quest forthe absolute, a metaphor of the human condition.