Like Thales of Miletus, who saw everything as deriving from water, I use the jellyfish as a metaphor for rejuvenation, as a symbol of the complexities of existence. I perceive the jellyfish as a science-fiction-like creature, embodying birth and growth, sexuality, and life itself. Its intangible and elusive nature serves as a metaphor for the divide between conscious and unconscious experiences and encapsulates the themes of mutability, ephemerality, and the passage of time.
I explore the shifting dynamic between the natural and artificial, and its implications for our collective experience. The jellyfish is a symbol of the fluidity of life, constantly in motion and adapting to change. It represents the interplay between the seen and the unseen, reminding us that there is always more to the story than meets the eye.