"What is a photograph? For me, a fragment of quick-silver, a lucid dream, a scribbled note from the subconscious to be deciphered, perhaps, over years. It is a monologue trying to become a conversation, an offering, an alibi, a salute." – Eva Rubinstein
On The Border is a tribute to silence that always exists on the verge of disappearing. The interactions between the images with their connections, serve as the border between visible and clandestine fragments. Examining ideas of existence and being, I look for the essence of a person through the essence of an object. The uncanny stillness in movement challenges the idea of where we are at the exact time and place, which is not like any other time and place. In the feeling of solitude and quiet, this visual story takes us to the unknown capturing the familiar.