Candid Arts Trust, London
July 11 - 15, 2012
Installation with three components – 'Lake', 'Shul I' and 'Shul II' – in group exhibition.
Of course to forget the past is to lose the sense of loss that is also memory of an absent richness and a set of clues to navigate the present by; the art is not one of forgetting but letting go. And when everything else is gone, you can be rich in loss.
Rebecca Solnit, 'A Field Guide To Getting Lost'
Every moment God creates the world anew, so that its condition at the present moment has no essential connection with that which has immediately preceded it or that which follows next. In this way there is a series of worlds following one another, which merely present the appearance of one world.
T. J. de Boer, 'History of Philosophy in Islam'