PLACE / TIME / PLACE, by Caitlind Brown
I’ve been getting lost in time lately, wondering if I embody the dissipated consciousness of my lost parent and grandparents. Breathing is an exercise in time-keeping that changes in relation to the outside world. This watch is a family heirloom that I broke. Are each of us our own my own time-keeping device? Does time live in the flesh-place of the body?
Caitlind r.c. Brown is an artist based in Calgary/Mohkinstsis. Her multidisciplinary work explore interspaces between entities.