shadow is in the eye of the beholder: viewers themselves create the very image they are looking at. get out your torches and change the canvas, the wall, the building, the light and the shadows! the art is all yours: in the making as well as in perception!
plant leaves, intricately carved by cutting out single words. the wounding, the pain is obvious as the plant is still alive and rooted in soil. green, breathing, radiating against the grey cityscape. its beauty is too delicate to touch, too fleeting to preserve. fragility contrasts concrete and steel, presence contrasts equanimity and hasty passersby, vulnerability contrasts man-made perfection. 'forever and ever' is a sensual reference to the ephemerality of life which our modern day society so efficiently ignores.