The Shape of Time
This project is about time perception in different ages. It is based on a Logarithmic time perception theory, which states that the same space of time seems shorter as we grow older. I have created my own interpretation of the logarithmic scale, using geometric shapes as an illustration. The book with the cuttings represents the three perceptive lengths of a year – that is the longest year of a ten-year old person; the middle shape stands for a forty-year old person (same as a calendar year) and the shortest year of a seventy-year old person. The book ‘The Shape and The Colour of Time’ is based on the three questions from a survey I did about time perception in different ages. People were asked to draw a shape, chose a colour of their year and give a definition of time.