The name of the show is identical to the title of Virginia Woolf's autobiographical novel published after her death. It refers to the frozen moments when we experience the essence of reality in a flash. The large-scale oil paintings present personal stories in an abstract form.
Zsófi Barabás conducts a visual diary of her experiences, instead of written notes. In the past year, more than a hundred small-sized, black and white sketches were produced in railway booths, airports, or during travels. These were those sketches, from which the immense and colourful oil on canvas replicas were made. During the exhibition the visitors can see not only the paintings, but the sketches as well, which will be displayed in the exhibition space.