The Greek philosopher Heraclitus is attributed with the famous maxim “Panta Rhei” meaning everything flows. Movement and progression co-exist as measurable change over a period of time; in fact, it is difficult to perceive one without the other. This constant flux can be observed as interactions that work cohesively to create the environment and experiences that shape our lives.
The Panta Rhei series of works depict the relationship between time and movement as a static form; an object with a tangible surface. Sequences of mathematically derived layers articulate a sense of time through rhythm, and measurable change through transformation.