As a photographer, I study our relationship to trivial questions, such as past, future, and present.
We often consider our time as constant, definite, and descriptive. However, the nature of time is so intricate. I was always intrigued
by the subjective side of time, the weight and beauty of memories, the fear of the upcoming uncertain, the void when only I am there
by myself, and the thoughts of the final dusk when everything will be gone. The way we use and misuse time. Most of all, I admire time
when it seemingly stops for a moment, and the whole oneness is just good the way it is.
It is a beautiful challenge to find an analog flow in the rigid forest of causes and consequences.
With my video and photography work MATTER,
I attempt to present our corresponding movement and existence in the relative medium's constancy.
I kept revisiting urban locations and captured them from the same angle. In the finished works, the days appear projected on each other, showing the time flowing, revealing our fading memory and insignificance. Both the living and the moving visually dissolve and lose their face. Our boundaries are blurred so that time becomes a passage.
Only the traffic lights remain there in their own clearly legible world.