The sense of time is arguable one of the more contradictory of the senses: our lives are structured around clock and calendar: minutes, hours, days, months and years, even as the aging of our bodies are visible records of time’s passage. Yet the experience of time is highly subjective and often erratic, for the same period of time can fly or crawl depending on whether one enjoys, detests or is bored by the activity at hand.
Over the course of the Sensorium 360° exhibition in Singapore Art Museum, Transcendence, a series that develops upon and also acts as a counterpoint to Unconsciousness : Consciousness. In this new series of 12 prints, the artist will document each of the galleries for a day and record the public as they engage with and interact with the individual artworks. An artwork within another artwork.