This photo from my exhibition is called “Transience” and is based on images of Mujo, a medieval concept of Buddhism, literally meaning 'no (mu) permanence (jo),”It is known in Sanskrit as Anittya. It relates to the state of the environment as it stands today.
Transience encompasses the impermanent and momentary aspects of our existence and that of the things around us, including birth, growth, change, decay and death.Transience exists in organic forms, constructs of society and times itself. The past consumes the present while we move constantly into the uncertainty of the future. The paradox being, referred to in this exhibition is that in order to be, we must change; when we cease to change we cease to exist. Everything is in movement. It is this movement that has been attempted to be pictured through these Images. It is this movement that will make us contentious of the depletion of our universe that we take for granted.