Published and printed in NE China, In Motion uses images from multiple continents and many countries and even more cultures to portray in a scattered fashion how constant motion is and how it takes forms in chaos and cohesion. Individual images themselves are compiled of up to as many as 15 images showing a series of events over a period of time and then forcing them into one still image. Breaking through the confusion is sometimes a challenge in a single two dimensional time casual such as a photo but we humans seem to make sense of even larger continuums of time and space which make even less sense many times over and over in our daily lives without hesitation. In Motion requires the viewer to take a moment out of their sensible confusion to come to an understanding of another series of sensible states distraction.
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