How do we really see each other?

This work portrays the essence of the sitters. It reflects how we really perceive people we know, not as the frozen, high-detail “replicas” of photography or traditional portraits, which capture only the instant of that person, but the living, moving forms that we really perceive: blurred in motion and complex in the way that real people’s characters and personalities are complex, only revealing themselves slowly over time.
— Mark Dziewulski