Brownian motion or pedesis describes the random motion of particles in liquids.
While researching for my undergrad dissertation about the role photography plays in visual preservation, I began collecting dried flowers, leaves and seed pods.
After a while I gathered these into jars and suspended them in oil, spending long periods of time observing their motions through the liquid. Taking these pieces of organic matter and both visually and practically preserving them, pulling them out of the linear progression of time and holding them in one fixed moment.
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