I am still trying to understand why this exhibit had such a profound effect on me.
The Title is Time is Subjective and you can read more about it here.
70 hour glasses filled with sand
all gleaming in a dark space underground
there was something beautiful about the colour of the sand against the black and the sparkle of the glasses
and then they began to move
one row after the other
The sands of time.
I felt so deeply connected to the idea and concept of rows of hour glasses, every so often turning slowly and another cycle would start, another event causing time to pass in a different way, at a different rate, with periods of stillness in between. The soft twinkle of the sand falling through and landing on the grains beneath … and so many all together, all connected.
I am still not sure where that gets to me or why it does, but it does.
Thank you so much to all of you who have enjoyed this brief 5 part tour of the London Design Biennale. It has truly enriched my experience of the event to have you all along with me as I remember the experience.
I love going to exhibitons on my own so that I can experience them from my own perspective in silence; and then to be able to go round the exhibits again on a virtual tour with you, my blogging friends, is something very special, seeing things again with new eyes, the eyes of a collective creative group ………… so good!
Can you imagine us all going round together singly or in pairs and then meeting up and chatting about the exhibits whilst sitting in the sunshine in the piazza with a cappucino or a green tea and cake!
And then going back for another look all together ….
If you would like to go back in and wander around some more exhibits you can see them all here
Farewell London Design Biennale …….. looking forward to the next one!