The Motionless collection consists of images reflecting the coping mechanisms and survival strategies of those living creatures who are not able to give direction to their own lives. Trees are the largest examples, given their basic inability to displace themselves.
Inherent to their state of being, some of them are just standing still, waiting a lifetime to die. Others try to connect to their neighbors or to enforce themselves as an impenetrable group. Some individuals will disconnect, deviate from the group to live a detached life within the fixed boundaries of their specific constraints.
Every living creature has an unexplainable internal force to make the most of things. All adaptations to the way things are are not made by free choice but are a consequence of the inescapable confinement by unsolicited circumstances. Respect for this implicit vulnerability is the only answer to that.