The accidental laws of physics, the absoluteness of time, behind everything lies concealed an elegant mathematical formula. The world we see is but a convenient and simplistic approximation, its true nature only revealed in riddles and abstractions. It is from this perspective and a history in architectural design that Robert draws inspiration.
As for the subject of the ocean wave, it represents not just physical beauty and force but also a progression in time; a long languid journey from afar, a chaotic deconstruction... then nonexistence.
And as for the subject of "time" itself—an abstraction as omnipotent and poorly understood as this is surely a subject deserving artistic reflection, even if fully unresolved.
Photos by John Carleton.