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“It is almost banal to say so yet it needs to be stressed continually: all is creation, all is change, all is flux, all is metamorphosis.” Henry Miller
...all is motion one could add. This body of work deals with the seemingly simple fact that Henry Miller states so clearly in this quote. Everything is ongoing and never finished. Transition is a permanent condition. There is no beginning, middle and end. There is no sunset, nor is there a sunrise – instead we are the ones in motion.
I use images of the journey, the voyager and transitory spaces (like hotel rooms and airplanes) as metaphors to describe transition as the sole constant in life and in betweenness as the state of being. The concepts of departure and arrival dissolve as the traveler keeps moving - a gravity to constant change. The voyager's home becomes the hotel room and the airplane. Spaces to pause but never to dwell.