The French artist Guillaume Bruère (1976) shows his portraits and sculptures in the castle of Tarasp (Schloss Tarasp). The focus of the exhibition (What Trembles and Almost Dances) is on the ‘Memory-Drawings’ that he has been making since 2016. Bruère does not paint intimacy, but concentrates on the process and presents the development to the viewer. The portraits sometimes show several faces. The clay sculptures with the same theme further enhance the effect of the portraits.