Jorge Molder's work of art is filled with mystery, which takes us to enchanting world. His hands and face is often the subject of his series. We may think about self-portraits and introspection while he only uses his own image to reach the unsazable that is to say the thoughts and the dream world. The artist is also influenced by literature and philosophy. He consequently developed a taste for the dark places of the soul, the "disturbing oddness", the map of our desires and ambiguities. Through his art, he mediates on the notion of time to which are intertwined the conceptions of sleep, dream and double as in its series Pinocchio. Those concepts evolve through Pinocchio's plaster replicas. He participated in numerous individual exhibitions abroad and collective ones too including the 22th Biennale in Sao Paulo in 1944, the 48the Biennale in Venice and the Portuguese Pavilion both in 1999, the Das Schwarze Quadrat, the Hamburger Kunsthalle (2007); Jan Fabre - Le Temps empreinté, at the Palais des Beaux Arts in Brussels (2008).