Dirk Roseport lives and works in Belgium. In his project Transcendental Tranquility he photographs seascapes, stripped to their essence. What we see however is much more. Throughout the years the project has become an essentially endless series of emotionally charged images. Many look more like a painting than a photo. Often the oceans are no longer recognizable. They’ve become Rothkosian colour impressions, creating a sense of peace that is so often lacking in our modern lives. Moments frozen in time, which start to move again the longer you look, as if it were a movie, creating a new reality.