"The views of space and time which I wish to lay before you have sprung form the soil of
experimental physics, and therein lies their strength. 
They are radical. Henceforth space by itself and time by itself, are doomed to fade away into
mere shadows. Only a kind of union of the two will preserve an independent reality."

Hermann Minkowski, 1908/1909

When we speak of time, what exactly do we mean?
to find answers, I referenced the various theories in physics and chose stone as the symbol
of time. I chose stone for it is the result of different layers of time.
Rocks have been exposed to the powerful forces which shaped our planet;
hence they all carry some part of earth's history.
I began my study with Einstein’s relativity theories, reached quantum physics and hooked-off
in space. 
however, throughout the research process, not only did the meaning of time not reveal itself but
it moved further away to the unknown and in this way, it resembled art; without certainty.
The abstraction which one expects from art, one finds throughout the theory of quantum physics.
My aim has been to capture that abstraction and ambiguity with regards to time in this series and
combine my own experiencing of time with my research.
the use of reflection in this series has been with the intention of presenting the duality of objects.
Based on the Wave-Particle Duality of Quantum, matter can exhibit the behavior of both waves and
particles; just as light is both wave and particle.
Despite the fact that physics illuminated some layers of reality of time for me, this subject is still unknown.