Time Sculpture

2017

Our body functions in cycles of rhythmic events.

The heartbeat. Our breath. Our gesture.

Photography has the ability to lock these events in time, separate them from the eternal Flow. 

 

As these frames are covered with liquid light, the prints themselves are extremely fragile and crack and split over time, especially in direct sunlight. Since I positioned them on the window sill during the exhibition, the image distorts over time, suggesting that nothing is stable, everything is constantly changing, and we cannot escape time.

Shown at Camberwell College of Arts, June 2017

5 liquid light prints on Perspex

stop Motion Animation on old TV

shot with Reflekta II. (square format)