Grace and Movement
The languid fluidity of slowed motion is arresting and seductive for it reveals an intimacy not readily apparent in the expected and unconsciously processed cyphers present in conventional experience. We witness an unfolding and openness that is borderless and immediately inviting. Here intention seems absent, replaced with a perfume not contained by frame or screen. Freed from the need to be something, the forms we see simply are.
We find ourselves incapable of not experiencing a sense of communion. Questions may arise, opinions may form. We feel their stories arise out of silence. And yet their stories are our stories, commingled without edge or end. And they are fluid, not static. Each return to this space offers a qualitatively different experience. The rising of a living system every bit as real as that which surrounds us.