Every wonder why time can feel like it drags on forever or passes
quickly? Or why a series of coincidences can line up to make
interesting changes in our lives? This book is an exploration of time
in a slightly different manner than has ever been considered. It looks
at how we experience time relative to ourselves based on many
scientific theories and a theory of my own. We are the center of our
own personal bubble universe. Time doesn't move as the clock would
indicate in our personal bubbleverse, but rather out from us in all directions. Our choices create our experience
of time and the opportunities that surround us.
This book was written partially before the Art-science installation was exhibited, and partially after it was taken down. It was designed as a thesis/creative project, but was written for a broad audience of readers.
Enjoy it--if nothing else, I hope it proves a thought provoking read!
3D Artist, Cameraman, Conceptual Artist, Photographer, Sculptor, Wood Crafter, Writer
City Lake: Images of Lake Nokomis (Photography Book)
Industry: Revisited, 2003 (Photography Book)
Restaurant (Photography Book)
Blowing Bubbles: An Art-science Installation Re-imagining Time Interactions, Choice Behavior, and Human Convergence in Eleven Dimensions
City Lake: Images of Lake Nokomis--ongoing project
Art-Science Book: Synchronous Convergence