Water pours off one roof and onto another, leaving splatter trails. Leaves move gently on the surface of a tiny pond. A man walks through and scans a room. With multiple comprehensions, these works document the infinite shifts and changes that accompany place and passage through it. Our perception of event streams, the ever fluid experiences that glue us to a cognitive reality, or perhaps a picture of a possible reality, are articulated and broken into segments of memory in these closely timed and documented images. Each photographic event in this series is not only a quiet performance, but a window into a liquid moment, reflecting traces of light and water, and the temporary marks they make.