Sunday, 2 May 2010

Visual rhythm

In developing the past,present, future project, Marjo and I explored the idea of subverting the sensory measurement of a space to interpret the illusion of time.

'Time cannot be perceived – only changes or events in time and their temporal relations'

Our sculpture presents the subtly changing visual rhythm of Brighton's old West Pier area – a 360 degree perspective of the space rotating in measurements of 20 i.e. 20 angles shot 20 times in repetitions of 20. How much documentation of the past is required to predict the future?

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