‘Heraclitus’ May 2014. Heraclitus was a pre-Socratic Greek philosopher and is famous for his insistence on ever-present change in the universe. This image was inspired by reading his words;
“Thus there are no solid bodies. Things are not really things, they are processes, they are in flux. They are like fire, like a flame which, though it may have a definite shape, is a process, a stream of matter, a river. All things are flames: fire is the very building material of our world….”


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