Continuum is a series of stain paintings that captures moments in a process. Multiple canvases are stretched together and painted through the front and back – representing forwards and backwards movement in time. Paint seeps into each canvas and dries. The layers are then separated like the layers of sediment in the geologic time scale. Each layer is shown as an individual moment and as part of an animation. The end result is a question: Do moments really exist? Or is everything in life part of a deterministic process that cannot be isolated from what came before and what will come after?