Sue Hotchkis’s use of Wabi-Sabi doctrine

“…my work is texture and surface, strongly influenced by the Japanese aesthetic of Wabi-Sabi. I seek out imperfection, in the insignificant and the overlooked, using a camera to freeze a moment in time, recording marks and surfaces that are in the process of breaking down, ephemeral, in a state of flux. ”

[http://www.artandartdeadlines.com/2016/02/artist-of-the-day-sue-hotchkis/]

What Wabi-Sabi is? This word represents  a Japanese world view centered on the acceptiance of transience and imperfection.