Reality is subjective. The universe is indifferent. Change is inevitable.
Our suffering does not stem from impermanence itself, but rather from our desire for permanence in circumstances that are inherently transient.
The beauty of art lies in the sublime ability to express, translate, preserve, and immortalise the human experience.
A fragment of memory, a trace of presence, a cunning metaphor, a mesmeric tale, a taste of loneliness, a morbid curiosity, a parade of dreams. The untamed desires and untold truth, the overlooked beauty and fleeting moments. Captured by the eyes, and reshaped by imagination, through the hands of the creators, they weave their way into reality, giving emotions a tangible shape and preserving the transient in time. The artwork is a manifestation of the mind - a vehicle for imagination, a conduit for perception, and an intimate invitation into the unique perspective of its creator.
Through the looking glass, there lies wonderland. We may be lured, provoked, challenged, or inspired, we may find ourselves in awe or dismay. And at times, our individual narratives converge, the longing to understand and be understood surfaces, and we may relate, despite all our differences, transcending time and distance. And in that moment, however brief, we would know that we are not alone.