Museum of Craft and Design’s ‘Design by Time’ shows time’s passage in static objects
If you’ve felt physically stuck in place this year, perhaps you’ve felt temporally unmoored. Weekdays blur into weekends; one month looks like the next. Time no longer moves in a line but in a loop, or maybe it doesn’t move at all. At any rate, it seems too unwieldy for marking or measuring. Read Lily Janiak’s full article.
Above Image: Jacob Olmedo completed “And the World Will Be As One,” a piece combining hydroponic textile and wheatgrass, in 2018. Image courtesy of the artist.