9×12 each, grid 84” x 63” 23 mounted color photographs

The Fibonacci sequence has been used in the design and composition of art, design, music, and literature for centuries. In this piece  the Fibonacci sequence is applied to the structuring of time and reflects on the “sameness” and monotony of a lifetime lived in a ‘perfect’ land where the perfection constructs a stasis. Covering 78.5 years, the time scale becomes evident in the numbering of the days. The first three time measurements happening in very close chronological proximity, and each subsequent image becomes further and further removed in time from the preceding one until there is 48 years separating the last two images.

A LIFETIME LIVED IN PARADISE: DAY 0 – 28,657 | 2009 | Projects | Tags:
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