“Human says time goes by -
Time says human goes by”
Nothing physical on earth is permanent. It is the fleeting nature of this world that weighs every moment with importance. The passage of time is not something to be feared, transience creates significance and beauty in and of itself.
Resulting from passage of time, the aging process should be revered not detested. My thesis examines the relationship between age and beauty. In an engaging aesthetic experience, organic signs of aging displayed by flora and human flesh are digitally combined to create biomorphic forms. Exposing blemishes that are often cut out or covered up, beauty is revealed in what so many find unsightly.
Each form is unique and individually suspended as time moves forward, both passing and precious. It is the impermanent nature of living that makes existence remarkable.
The ephemeral is beautiful.