Post Silence focuses on the subtle but potent power time has on matter changing it or decaying it.

What is the shape of the immaterial things like memory, feelings, a thought or nostalgia when changed by time?

On our bodies and in nature, time passing leaves visible evidence. Thinking of our inner self, how do we perceive or measure the passing of time? When the body can’t reverse back to its younger existence, but our thoughts, desires or nostalgia create a stable circularity and our memory instantly takes us back in time: How does the material body reconcile with our immaterial self when the effect of time is different?

Finally, Post silence explores the balance and co-existence of the invisible states of tension and tranquility and their power to define actions and moments.

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