This series of works is comprised of 12 figures that correspond respectively to 12 months of a year. These figures are therefore grouped into four different seasons and each season is accompanied by a poem, by the poet Nayla Chidiac. The seasons are known to have important emotional and psychological influence on people driven by both physical elements and subjective projections. On a metaphorical level, the continuous changes in the nature resemble that of the human’s inner state. Subtle yet restless changes of emotion and temperament of these “altered” figures introduce a certain strangeness. There is a fluid transformation from the familiar to unknown, revealing the complexity of the human psyche. And then, with transformation comes destabilization and deconstruction. The figures are intensified by this imbalance, capturing the fleeting moment of perplexity.