To put it simply, Nothing Changes if Nothing Changes is concerned with the infinite, or perhaps the eternal. A short meditation on the title could certainly tell you that, and this motif is also echoed in certain of the photos that appear here. A tire, a rock, a cracked sidewalk and a dented pillow all, in some way, ask questions about what will endure. The tire, in particular, is the clearest reference to this question, given that it's a loop. (It's funny to think about the dented pillow in terms of "the infinite," but I think that's all part of the charm of these photos.) All of the photographs in Nothing Changes if Nothing Changes are black and white, and while there's no special significance to this, it does serve to flatten everything.