Chronorium is an artefact which invites the audience to enter a space where the passing of time is visualised through a mechanical system. Within this context, where the intuition of time is heightened, human reactions to the duration of the indefinite and continuous flow of time are observed and recorded through a series of sensors. Those inputs are used to created a unique mark that symbolises each one’s perception and reaction to time, while the accumulative nature of this interaction creates a graphical mesh that overlays every visitor’s response.
In collaboration with Maximo Recio
April 2015 | Data Wranglers | Royal College of Art, London, UK