A grid of 12 images featuring single use disposable masks

Julie Fairbrother


A sequence of cloudscapes taken over a period of one hour.

As humans we live in constant flux with every moment bringing change. In Buddhist text, a clear blue sky represents our innate mind, a mind clear, radiant and luminous, free from conditioning and attachment. Clouds may pass in our sky, wispy and white, just thoughts floating by, they may bring us pleasure. Storm clouds may arrive causing turbulence, we can jump into these clouds and be consumed. We may suffer unpleasant sensations which we may label as ‘pain’. Clouds can at times fill our whole sky, but they pass, the sky clears, and we can rest again in the clarity of ‘sky-mind’.
All is impermanent.