As you walk along the river, an outline appears through the trees: a construction of unembellished planes, with an emphasis on visual balance over symmetry, and volume over mass.
A hierophany is a manifestation of the sacred. The word is a formation of the Greek adjective hieros (Greek: ἱερός, 'sacred, holy') and the verb phainein (φαίνειν, 'to reveal, to bring to light').
According to Eliade, for traditional man, myths describe "breakthroughs of the sacred"
When we create an image, we ourselves become performers, curating an image of ourselves and of how we see our surroundings. In this way, the image is imbued with our sense of self — and by the same means, we can often decode images of others through our own experiences as a viewer.
it is an exploration of the dialectics between creator and viewer; artist and audience; director and reader.