One of the most mysterious phenomenons is the perception of time. My place-based Time series explores how perceptions of time relate to the other three dimensions. By visually expressing time as a series of layers rather than as static or linear, I seek to reflect on our perceptions of time. Throughout the process of observation and recording I hope to gain insights into the fundamental structures of the universe and the constructs of human consciousness.
This work explores the intersection between past and present, by integrating historical photographs into a daily record of a site specific location. A painting evolves over time through a series of layers that both merge with and cover up previous observations. By departing from the static image of the traditional landscape, I explore the boundaries between light, space, solid form, and memory– conveying the passage of time and a sense of place. The painting acts as a reflection on the nature of our shared existence, individual visual perceptions and collective impressions of time.
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Painting / Maalaus
Family picture 11.04.2041 is a digital picture taken from objects built out of blown glass with enamels and plastic dolls. It is a modern view and old Family pictures. Those which almost everyone has with relatives, pictures from a hundred years ago. But this one reflects the rhythm of our society, our choices, freedom, culture, experiences. What our future generation would see on an old family picture.
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Glass art / Lasitaide, Photography / Valokuvaus