“The artist displays the unattainable sea lines at the same place but in different moments of the day. The definition of landscape is voluntarily lost and faded away in a timeless pictorial treatment, where time is not enclosed but open to a continuation of experience.

Repeating this action enables Zaar to present the landscapes as fragments whose boundaries are joined together and spread. The horizons are thus presented as mirrors, breaking the temporality and setting new moments of experience. As the physicist Richard Feynman said, “Time is what happens when nothing else does.”

Virginia Roy

Archival Pigment Print on Paper

52 x 65 cm


Edition of 5 Prints