Passing before light, we cast shadows—ephemeral moments that have the capacity to convey a spectrum of emotions. An afterimage of reality held in our mind, shifting figures against the ground. Berman explores the mystery of shadows—passing strangers, leaves in the breeze, or an outstretched hand—revealing an essence often hidden or overlooked. Whether a moment of friendship, a whimsy, or a portent of evil, only the shadow knows.