Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Intervals - Time & Space

My photo collective f/action, celebrated our second event, INTERVALS on December 4 & 5 '09. This is my piece from the show which was based on the theme of time & space (please click on the image to enlarge it).

A synopsis:
In spacetime, the separation between two events is measured by the interval between these events. The length of such an interval is based on time and space. Photography suspends matter in which light makes possible. Without light, photography can not exist. Without matter time does not exist. Because there is no physical interaction between time and matter, time does not actually exist in reality. Photographs suspend time and space into a physical element creating a material reality for time to exist.

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