BREATHING SPACE (exerpt)

Exerpt. Breathing space, 2021 Audio/video installation, original duration: 8 minutes By Jelmer Noordeman This work is an experimental piece, contemplating on time. What does it mean to come to a halt? It can be a moment of realizing what is…

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Exerpt.
Breathing space, 2021
Audio/video installation, original duration: 8 minutes
By Jelmer Noordeman

This work is an experimental piece, contemplating on time.

What does it mean to come to a halt? It can be a moment of realizing what is happening now, the present. In which the present is a bubble in which we can reflect on past and future. The present is something that could be divided countlessly between the past and the future. There is harmony in time dissolving into endless parts. The gradual decline into disorder creates our past on which we create an image of the future.

‘According to theoretical physicist Carlo Rovelli, time is an illusion: our naive perception of its flow doesn’t correspond to physical reality. He posits that reality is just a complex network of events onto which we project sequences of past, present and future.’

Breathing space is mainly made with vintage analog video equipment backed by synthesized sounds.

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