Or: The absence of permanence. Nothing lasts, everything dissolves to become something new. A cycle without beginning nor end.
Change is an integral part of our lives. Maybe not always welcome, but in each moment necessary. It is the substance of life. Everything around us and within us needs to rearrange constantly to go on, to grow, to survive.
Petals signal the disappearance of the old, they are a sign of change. The spring that has finally arrived and the fruits that will soon grow to nourish. But the blossom never lasts long, it is only a fleeting pleasure. Only just arrived and already, the white, pink and yellow is starting to disappear and you find yourself standing in a sea of petals swirling around you in the wind. But as they are carried away, new life is ready to form.
= unyielding, unable to be broken
The fragile body contrasted with unyielding rocks - or the other way around.
Coincidence of opposites
Ein geformter Ast, der sich, auf der Suche nach ihm, am Wegrand unter den Blättern zeigt. Der mitgeschleppt wird von Bahn zu Bahn zu Bahn, um am Ende seinen neuen Platz im stetigen Blickfeld zu finden. Das Bild als ein Versuch, die Formen in Beziehung zu setzen. Der verdrehte Ast, der nicht mehr wachsen wird und der von Linien durchzogene Körper, der keinen Moment lang gleich bleiben will.
A sculpted branch revealing itself among the leaves beside the path we take, in search of him. And so we carry it along, from train to train to train for it to finally rest in its new space. The picture as an attempt to put the forms into relation. The twisted branch that will not grow again and the straight-lined body that will not stay the same for even a moment.
Coincidence as in coincidere = to occur together The occuring of opposites simultaneously