If there is something that photography can describe better than a frozen moment is a moment of pause. The pause that comes naturally and not because of the nature of a medium. The pause that brings life to the next moment and sound to its own duration. an internal pause, an internal need to extend the time by not seizing it. The cure for our overwhelming reality. The great balance for a musical piece.
Whether is an absence that keeps you awake or a hope that grows in time a pause might be the most relieved action as a long and soft breath.
The essence of this psychological state of stillness could be revealed through the power of media. Through the camera stillness becomes the point of intersection for the viewer (photographer) and the viewed (photographed). The photographer is grasping the moment of “pause”, as well as because of the nature of its medium, which possesses internally the quality of representing stillness.
Photography provides the conditions of catching the “stillness” as taking a picture is grasping a moment that represented, transforms into a moment of “pause, with the exciting encounter between state of mind and its revelation into photography, led by the photographer.