Wabi sabi art is more than anything else an interior disposition, an attitude, a way of looking at the world from both a temporal and a spatial perspective. The “here and now” is essential, it is indeed necessary to stop and slow down. A world that contains precious details opens up a sensitive look, a look that captures beauty in movement. A beauty that has a story, which intertwines with the facts of life and has lost something but has also earned something. Wabi sabi is definitely an aesthetic criterion, but it is also a certain way of feeling. Wabi sabi is that moment when everything stops for a bit and the soul swings.