This video work by Nina Sabnani and Srilekha Sikander is composed of moments. Each image represents a moment, or several moments that are really a single moment spread across 40 years. Each image is a scene from a season, from a monsoon descending over coastal lands and the sea. Every monsoon, the image returns. Every few moments, it changes. The artists are pushed to create multiple images to represent a single moment. And to put them all together on a single page. The cyclical nature of the work is part of its origin. It is based on journeys made to and fro, between Bombay and Murud-Janjira, by the artist, Srilekha Sikander over a period of forty years. Each journey is a repetition of another journey like every monsoon is a memory of another monsoon. Each season, the same scene, the same sea, repeats itself, but in a new form. Time stands still, even as it moves. Movement and stillness are blended together – separate and balanced. Perhaps this is what the Greeks called karyological time. The time that is momentary, both still and moving, like water in a lake.