In the photographic installation, “Just a Moment in Time”, black and white photographs are printed on silk representing the Buddhist notions of Impermanence and Transience; everything in the world lasts for just a moment. Life is fleeting. It is ephemeral, fragile and impermanent. It is the essence of the speed of childhood depicted in these photographs. Alongside these photos are large format images of keepsakes. Unlike heirlooms, objects that have been passed down from generation to generation, keepsakes have no real monetary value. We cherish them for the energy they exchange with our hearts. Their value lies in the remembrance of a specific person, a specific adventure, a specific moment in time. Together, both bodies of work blend to speak of the past, of memory and remembrance, and the knowledge that it is all just a moment in time.

Photos on Silk