fine art abstract sculpture abstract expressionist painting fiberglass resin LED light lighting contemporary interactive art lamp fabric modern interior décor wall hanging
Nonlinear Time 1 and 2
Individually: Part 1: 24 in. x 79 in. Part 2: 16 in. x 79 in.
We measure time - seconds, minutes, hours, etc. But since this era of Covid-19 it seems that 2020 has become compressed to a near singular moment. Our usual gathering of friends for dinner, coffee or a beer has been postponed to an unknown future. Our favorite restaurants are now closed for carryout only or closed forever. We are further isolated by wearing masks - loosing facial expressions. What was once normal is now gone as time became condensed.
I looked for the code date on a gallon of milk I was about to purchase and I was surprised. It told me it would expire on a date that I thought was at least two months away. The weekend is the same as the week day, and last month has passed way too quickly.
Time – do we really experience it, or is it nonlinear?
These paintings are a reflection of nonlinear time.
Diptych of abstract expressionist paintings: Acrylic mixed media under resin on fiberglass form, lit from within by LED lights
Pieces may be purchased separately.