Tom Moglu, originally from the UK, lives and works in Paris, France. Abstract paper collage. Discarded paper scraps create weight, rhythm and balance via the painterly process of repeated obliteration and creation, hinting at subtle histories, stories, secrets. The layered collage becomes a map of the past, as the onion skins of paper mirror, the constantly changing & learning experiences of a life lived—the traces of time. A ‘wabi sabi’ aesthetic: That is, collage composed of imperfect materials which create contemplative beauty: the infinite possibilities of the abstract image.