"Time for me, is something like water. Water erodes, destroys the form while building new ones. Like the rain, time is cyclic, so in my drawings there is a double reading, one from left to right and the other from right to left. The characters seem dominated by water movement, while resurfacing. That's my perception of time, different from yours and vice versa." - Patricia March
Visual artist, cinematography admirer and scholar, Patricia March creates breathtaking series of photos intertwined with the elements of motion and time. Each image depicts the cause and effect of movement, the fluidity of time and the relationship with its subject. March uses water to blur out the parts of the subject that are affected by movement, creating frame-like illustrations of activity. You can read more about Patricia March and her works here.