Mōna, the Moon: Absence

Mōna, the Moon, challenges the solitariness of reality. This connectedness can be embodied in another consciousness, and when this connection falls away, our understanding of experience must be reexamined. A light sculpture, seized via digital photography, or a sentient being, made of a trajectory of light, Mōna is an embodiment of radical otherness which we inescapably seek to personify. (Descriptions continued in the next piece)