Time, stone, flowers, and memories are all intertwined in a delicate dance of life and death. Together they create a powerful narrative of the passage of time, the impermanence and fragility of life.
Time is an ever-present force, a reminder that all things change and that nothing is permanent. It is a concept that is both abstract and tangible, influencing the way we perceive and experience the world around us.
Memories, on the other hand, are a subjective and fluid concept, shaped by our experiences and emotions.
In this work, I seek to explore the complexities of time and memory, using a visual narrative that is both deeply personal and, at the same time, universal.
I am particularly interested in the way that memories can change and evolve over time, how they can become distorted, or how they can be lost entirely.