Sight is a reflex, both involuntary and constant, and thus easy to take for granted. Eventually, a callous develops - if you've seen anything, you've seen everything. But from time to time (as constantly as sight itself if you pay attention), sight invites you to fantasize, to experiment, to play. Peach Stone is an ongoing record of these invitations, gentle reminders that nothing is real and everything matters tremendously.

Until you've seen everything, you haven't seen anything.