Material - 3D printed module, metal frame, laser pointer, power supply, DC motors

Size - 3000 . 2000 . 1200 (mm)

Completion - 2019

Space and Time Study#2 concerns the subjective experience of cognitive and physical time and space, Deviating from the conventional use of time as a measuring unit that becomes more mechanised through the precision of modern technology, the sensation of the speed of the laser points fluctuating as it collides with different parts the space, is a physical visualisation of the subjective experience of time depending on the space our body occupies. By this confliction of experience, it is questioning about visitors’ original perception and knowledge of space and time and present how it works be relative by individuals.

This work was partially supported by KCCUK in London





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