I photograph from locations and views that are part of our collective memory. Working from a fixed camera angle, I capture the fleeting moments of humanity and light as time passes. After up to 24 hours of photographing and over 1500 images taken, I select the best moments of the day and night. Using time as my guide, all these moments are then seamlessly blended into a single photograph, visualizing our conscious journey with time.”
I asked the pilgrims for making a portrait at different stations of the kora. The pilgrims should step in front of the camera like they had been on their way at the Kailash, preferably without corrections to the clothes and without visible reaction to the camera. Photographing with an analog Linhof 4×5″ camera from a tripod takes some time.