With him, we are exposed to the wonders of time as a malleable element that confronts our concept of perception. Each painting is a particular universe. Harris shows us different kinds of perception, because of the transformative qualities of the paintings, they change when you approach them. You have to finally invest time into slow looking, and just experience this specific moment. The pieces are resisting time, never being really done, or finished. As he describes them, they are more like ‘mindscapes’ rather than landscapes because, for him, everything is a mindscape, and an illusion, too. Welcome to another world, try to escape, you won't be able to.