Perception of Time (2004)

In one's lifetime there are many things that seem out of physical control. Time is one of these things that people have seen as being a constant element of life and uncontrollable by nature. "Perceptions of Time" shows a metaphysical and very real relation between time and our everyday actions, showing we have more power than we think to manipulate the forward momentum of time. One hour engaged in one activity is not the same as one hour during a different activity. This single channel video (will be an installation someday) shows that time is not a constant. It is a variable that depends on one's actions.

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In one's lifetime there are many things that seem out of physical control. Time is one of these things that people have seen as being a constant element of life and uncontrollable by nature. "Perceptions of Time" shows a metaphysical and very real relation between time and our everyday actions, showing we have more power than we think to manipulate the forward momentum of time. One hour engaged in one activity is not the same as one hour during a different activity. This single channel video (will be an installation someday) shows that time is not a constant. It is a variable that depends on one's actions.

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