I am interested in understanding what makes something worth looking at as a picture. This collection of images aims to transform appearances into imaginative prospects that distill a sense of beauty. They are notations in passing, to quote the great Nathan Lyons, factual and disperse like reality itself. The title alludes to an idea of time as a benevolent mediator of experience, allowing one to put things in perspective in order to see more clearly.
Arturo Soto (b. 1981, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico) holds an MFA in Photography, Video and Related Media from the School of Visual Arts, an MA in Art History from University College London and undergraduate degrees in Film and Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design. He has exhibited internationally, and has been the recipient of two FONCA grants and a Jumex scholarship. His work is represented by Tal Cual gallery. He currently resides in Mexico City.