In today’s fast-paced world, time has become increasingly insufficient. But is this statement derived from truth or a construct? Before the invention of clocks and uniform time, time-keeping was based on the sun and bodily rhythms. However, with the progress of civilisations and the invention of clock time, a more uniform and systematic construct of time was created. This change disrupted the natural rhythms of the body and its relationship to the natural world, resulting in a shift of how time is perceived and used. Could there be alternative ways to understand time in order for this natural relationship to recur? Does an avid consciousness of how time relates to our environment and our bodies affect the way we live with time in today’s fast paced world?
“T-time”, explores the relationship between the constancy and relativity of time in order to deepen our understanding about this rich phenomenon.
Final Year Project (FYP)
Book, Mixed Medium
176mm x 250mm, 2.8m x 1.5m wall
23 March 2018
21 May 2018
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