03 February 2006

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Another spatial-temporal paradox: a timeline without time

A dichotomy timeline that doesn’t contain time but it is constituted by fixed instants, in which the movie hangs up into null points.
The film has no time. It is simple a series of smaller events which are organized in a certain way. One could say that all documents are based on an illusion of time.
Based on the states of mind, passing of time could be perceived as more faster "time is flying away", meaning that the duration appears inferior to how much is it in truth; rather happens also to perceive passing of the slower time as "never ending". This conceptual timeline proposes an “ataraxic state of time” between these two points (see image): some bipolarity for the cancellation of time, a dead zone...
The idea is based around an oscillation between two states: one positive and one negative. The juxtaposition of both states generates “zero seconds”. One second is constituted from those oscillations. Those numbers are the bipolar oscillations between the two mentioned states that annul the time in those points.
A searching for an abstraction of time... the time must rest and the artwork can run by itself. A searching for an abstraction of art without time… a searching for an art moment, an abstraction of time…


syd said...

great physosophical concept applied to the images

ideasonair said...

Thanks, I was inspired by Zenones's paradoxes.

qui que said...
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qui que said...

the writing said:
posted some updates:
the writing said:
mainly in the media section...
the writing said:
any good at algebra?
Sebastien says:
yes, I can do
the writing says:
hey. one second
the writing says:
this is the letter i've been writing:
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i am an artist but would like to develop this/ or a formula for this project. may enter the result as a part of a body of other work developing from greek philosophy and language as well as that of alexandria. as souch would mention your sel(f/ves). the exhibition is for works which transend the bounderies between science, math, engineering and art . etc.
im trying to devide time using algebra an
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and the clock face to show how the passing of time is relative to how it is documented.
the writing says:
its been years since i tryed algebra and i can not remember the basic rules any more. basically im trying to map out something like the concept that if one was to take a huge clock face, lets say its on the ground.

the writing says:
to map out something like the concept that if one was to take a huge clock face, lets say its on the ground.
assume that you are standing at its outer circumferance, you witness the fingers passing by.
the writing says:
supposing that time does not change whilst one walks towards the central rotational point
then the fingers would be rotating through less space as you near the centre: you are forced to avoid them more often, but no. the clocks narrowing space but a minet passes by befor you have to avoid something, everything moves slowly
around in this tiny space.
half a day passes and the short one comes by again,
it stays for a long time. you use it as a table.
the writing says:
- the fingers of the clock have less space to travel and there fore one end of the finger would have to move at a different speed in compensation of the difference in space which the finger must travel.

Anonymous said...

oh really great!

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