Movement as a concept of Time Travel has always been a fascinating idea of transitioning in this life from one state to another, or more appropriately, one place to another. What if history had a mind of its own, moving from the past, through the present and into the future by choice?  This brings the outside in, the past into the future, If indeed this is possible in the physical sense as a means of travel arbitrarily to a point in time either futuristically or historically.  The subject continues to fascinate a fruitful

cross-fertilization of ideas between investigations into travel to the future and travel to the past. Both possibilities go unresolved confounding paradoxes that emerge when time travel is pondered seriously.

My vision with this work was to pay homage into a dimensional spacetime continuum that curves and in which time has the character of a spatial dimension. We live in a time when time itself is a measurement of everything. With each second, minute and hour that passes us by, a departure of our past is in a constant exchange with the arrival of the present. The unknown future projects itself from the horizon as a beacon of hope and prosperity.  This interplay of time and its reality was a great topic of contention for me when conjuring up images that will somehow, convey the very essence of this magical phenomena. 

Assembly Methodology & Materials: 

 •Initial research of time and movement as an object in time travel. Examining the difference between its departure and arrival times as measured in the surrounding world.

Also examined - physical theory such as Einstein's general theory of relativity.

•In science, different models of the cosmos and the laws of nature governing the universe imply different possibilities for time travel, conjuring up images for this work.

•Drafted and photographed onto lithographic aluminum plates creating each consecutive layer and alternative state.

•Editioned  - 7 Colour Lithograph - Plate - Edition /20 + AP 

MEDIA - 7 Colour Lithograph - Plate - Edition /20 + AP
DIMENSIONS - H7.5" x W8.25"




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