Shifts in Temporal Perception in End of Life.
Time Moving, invited the public to explore the concept of time and temporal perception at end of life. Awareness and management of time is an integral aspect of decision making and communication at end of life. The experience of time can change as temporal awareness shifts, priorities change, capacity and physical constraints arise. Time Moving, integrates ideas about time perception and representation. The work poses questions about disorientation/orientation to time horizons, and perceptions of time as we move towards death.
Materials: Charcoal on brown paper, sheetrock and chalk Dimensions: #1: (18” x 24”), #2: (18” x 24”), #3:(18” x 24), #4: (18” x 24”), #5: (24”x102”)
Time Moving was made possible by the contributions of the following designers Dr. Kate Sellen, Laura Hallaran, Lawrence Ly, and Molly McGovern