The project focuses on the aesthetics of urban areas in rapid transition. Construction and building activities frantically (re)define a scattered mutating cityscape from small plots to entire districts.

The resulting tension of such a tight (time)line between past and future – where the present is not part of the picture, although it’s the only tangible grip available, creates a thrilling funambulist suspension of our relationship with the urban environment.

Where everything flows, just as the aphorism of the ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus.