After twenty years of sculpture, a book devoted to Zaric's work was long overdue. Where, though, does one start when there are no published works available, and the subject has such depth? Bertram Rothe would have replied 'A book's cover is like a running hare: one body, a thousand tangents', thus inviting us along many pathways. Within these pages we follow three of them. With a transcript of a conversation with Zaric, photographs by Lionel Henriod and chronological repertoire of works that presents almost one hundred sculptures and installations produced since 1987.