When it is experienced from the inside, devoid of all exterior features, being cannot be otherwise than round.
Gaston Bachelard



The desire to capture these images came from observing how the light makes heavy and solid industrial objects appear ethereal and otherworldly. Large pipes become architectural spaces. Light enters through the openings like it would through the windows. Reflected off surfaces and diffused by plastic it becomes more visible. A physical environment starts to feel celestial and evokes an elevated state of consciousness. Translucent plastic occupies space between emergence and disappearance and creates awareness of impermanence and preciousness of a present moment. Circles and curves are reminiscent of ensō – a Japanese Zen circle. The light illuminates darker passages of a soul and the circles symbolize a desire of a soul to be whole and feel connected to the Universe.