亚克力 UV 喷绘印刷， 20x30x30cm
UV Print Under Acrylic Plexiglas
19 Days, 30 Minutes
This consists of pictures of sunsets and sunrises during 19 days, documenting the reflection of the fluidity of time by the subtle changes produced by our neglected present moment. The light provides us with the perception of time, while the alternation of day and night offers a temporal explanation of people’s activities, and time is a tool and a measure to coordinate the behaviour of daily life. Objective time is simultaneously dependent on people’s direct perception and experience, and we cannot divorce our existence from its close association with time.
When it is not possible to simply perceive the difference between sunset and sunrise from the pictures, how do we know that there is a 30-minute gap in the time difference between sunset and sunrise of the first and the 19th day? Our imagination is stagnated in the alternation of time, perhaps these ambiguous lights can provide us with the imagination of this hidden 30 minutes.