“A knowledge of the flux of nature – the subtle migrations of rocks, trees, leaves, grass, clouds, water, fire, cracks in the ground – comes to us through the reception of fragments. We feel, touch, smell, hear, and, most of all, see the surroundings bit by bit. In her successive unrolling of spools, Simo Neri has captured these multiple impressions of the natural world by combining the stillness of close-up photography with the sequencing of cinema, effectively presenting in cinegrams the mutability of nature… ” “Everything is constantly changing yet always seems the same.” Thoughts on the Works of Simo Neri by Richard Ingersoll