I've been obsessed for quite some time with diptychs and triptychs. This work expands the spirit of diptychs and triptychs and invites the viewer to compare the images directly — to investigate the action of change.
Laid out, the images look like stills taken from a moving-picture or video; but there is more action taking place between the stills than the stills directly convey. They become more "living," when juxtaposed, than they would as discrete objects or even as a movie. What's happening in the in-between? And why is there a dreamlike, tangible world lit like a match inside us — one we could almost walk through and experience as real — when we're presented with successive images?
Perhaps there is a connection between motion, the motion of time, and the fluid character of our consciousness.