"Nothing remains, if not what has been danced". - Astor Piazzolla
Wabi-sabi (in Kanji: 侘 寂) constitutes a vision of the Japanese world, or aesthetics, founded on the acceptance of the transience of things. The expression derives from two characters 侘 (wabi) and 寂 (sabi).
Wabi today identifies rustic simplicity, freshness or silence, and can be applied to both natural and artificial objects, or even non-ostentatious elegance.
Sabi is the beauty or serenity that accompanies the advancing age
These are the principles that inspire me in the practice of my work: