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Perception of Time

April 15' 2021
Prompt: Create a book that explores the sequencing of time and your individual perception of it.
This book represents my past and future colliding; the colored cubes act as years, months, days, hours, seconds, milliseconds, all colliding as I get closer and closer to the future. The first five images were vibrant in color, representing my ability to clearly reach back into my memories and my perception of the past as a vibrant and joyful time. When I reach the future, the images began to blur, and the colors began to dissipate, indicating a blurred vision of the future, which is generally what most people and I see when they think of the future. The future is tangible but not tangible enough for it to be seen in its fullest form.
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