Dance in Time (1)
Much have been written about the nature of time. Many scientific theories attempt to explain it’s condition, it’s very structure. Through the ages poets and philosophers alike have contemplated it’s often contradictory meanings, how we perceive it happening, how we experience it in our daily lives. They talk of time lost, of waiting for it to happen, and sometimes, of yearning for more. Time, our ethereal ruler.
Sometimes we perceive time as some incandescent mad blur, at other times it slows down, almost to the extent of not being perceivable at all, swimming languidly in eternity. Time and memory, one and the same. For what else is memory, but a series of moments captured in the fluid amber of this existence, this inescapable ‘now’.
Through this ongoing project I’m attempting to explore different facets of time and memory, how it exist in tune with our surroundings, how it reverberates within ourselves, how we move through it’s illusory nature. I’m attempting to ‘see’ this very process at work while capturing these fractured, seemingly insignificant snatches of moments. My hope is for these snatches to become an indefinable whole, for them to interact and merge, becoming a tapestry of one person’s perception of what we call ‘time’.