[Time aspect] is a series that attempts to capture the shape of [time] by [savouring and recording] it, rather than battling with it.
We can never perceive the existence of time, which is for us a frame or container, yet its outline begins to emerge through the incidents that are put into it. Having nothing more to add signifies death and that's when one's [time] vanishes. By pouring sound and image into that container, we let the outline of [time] emerge and be observed. Only the sounds and images that filter through the gate of the [present] get in. It is the [present] and the reality that we express; this is what [Time Aspect] is about. We also create for the [time] coming next and the accumulation of this creative process also becomes [Time aspect].