A collections of Black and White seascapes and landscapes.
There is a logical deadlock to manage something as incomprehensible as “time” in its own terms, such as “before”, “never” or “after”. This inescapable childhood naivety is what we are obliged to live with until the “end”.
My relationship with “time” has never been harmonious. Since I remember myself, the impossibility of understanding Τime, lead me to images and transferences: Sometimes as an arrow that pierces an undefined void, or as fluid in the virtual bank of a warped river, or as a ripple on water.
In most representations in my imagination time has a natural flow and water is therefore the most appropriate virtual entity. The sea with its vast space is a good supporter of this flow. The clouds as well. Both of these elements, through their motion, but mainly because of their magnitude, encompass the impression of the “ambiguity of limits”, and are the most appropriate background imagery. Time as a dynamic uncertainty of an unknown source, flows to an undetermined destination and my main anxiety is my inability to recognize the purpose of this movement. This weakness of understanding the reason, I endeavor to demonstrate, yet not to prove.
My fears which emerge from the above weakness, momentarily at least, are softened by preventing and freezing the flow. Photography seemed to be the perfect medium for this artificial immobility. The photographs, in general present the freezing of the flowing fluid or flowing time. In many photographs this flow occurs in parallel with an element of the past which is usually neglected or abandoned. The landscapes presented with a dominant element of the sea and clouds capture the dynamics of the flow or as a snapshot or as a dreamy field where abandonment is depicted.