Persistence of Memory, by Salvador Dali tape to shrinky dink page. color. punch holes two holes in one side for a book. Shrink. Make a book of famous art - colored by you.

Persistence of Memory, by Salvador Dali tape to shrinky dink page. color. punch holes two holes in one side for a book. Shrink. Make a book of famous art - colored by you.

We are all moving so fast and rarely take the time to stop and appreciate the world around us. Technology is a wonderful concept until it hinders us from enjoying our surroundings.

We are all moving so fast and rarely take the time to stop and appreciate the world around us. Technology is a wonderful concept until it hinders us from enjoying our surroundings.

3a) Tambu saw and dislikes her cousins change after they come home from England. They don't even remember there native language. the change from dirty to proper is like a time lapse to Tambu, because she dose not change but views it from a distance.

3a) Tambu saw and dislikes her cousins change after they come home from England. They don't even remember there native language. the change from dirty to proper is like a time lapse to Tambu, because she dose not change but views it from a distance.

Mark Powell - reads letters written from years ago and imagines what the letter writer or receiver looks like.

Mark Powell - reads letters written from years ago and imagines what the letter writer or receiver looks like.

Cornelia Parker, one of my favourite instalations of all time. The first time I saw this I was in awe of how she managed to capture something so violent so brilliantly.

Cornelia Parker, one of my favourite instalations of all time. The first time I saw this I was in awe of how she managed to capture something so violent so brilliantly.

It's all about time, always. Patricia March - Time | Untitled (Detail) (2011)

It's all about time, always. Patricia March - Time | Untitled (Detail) (2011)

Jen Mills, "offering", (2005).  An installation exploring time and memory.  Over the course of 40 days, a room is filled with 40 bowls.  Each day a new bowl filled with salt and water is placed next to the one before.  Over time, the older bowls become encrusted with salt, the younger bowls just beginning.  Slowly salt water filters through the bowls, creating patterns on the floor, covering the entire room.

Jen Mills, "offering", (2005). An installation exploring time and memory. Over the course of 40 days, a room is filled with 40 bowls. Each day a new bowl filled with salt and water is placed next to the one before. Over time, the older bowls become encrusted with salt, the younger bowls just beginning. Slowly salt water filters through the bowls, creating patterns on the floor, covering the entire room.


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Lorena Cosba-could do this with students-a self portrait, and a contrasting image to show what's underneath.

Lorena Cosba-could do this with students-a self portrait, and a contrasting image to show what's underneath.

"Two photographs of the same person, from different periods of time (child and adult) are spliced together. In this fusion a jump-of-time is established at the tear."

"Two photographs of the same person, from different periods of time (child and adult) are spliced together. In this fusion a jump-of-time is established at the tear."

Installation art by Henrique Oliveira (Vallois Gallery, Paris) http://www.henriqueoliveira.com/

Installation art by Henrique Oliveira (Vallois Gallery, Paris) http://www.henriqueoliveira.com/

With only a ballpoint pen and a stack of used envelopes, London-based artist Mark Powell creates strikingly powerful portraits. I want to know the stories behind these craggy faces.

With only a ballpoint pen and a stack of used envelopes, London-based artist Mark Powell creates strikingly powerful portraits. I want to know the stories behind these craggy faces.

"Back to the Future" photographs by Irina Werning

"Back to the Future," Photographs by Irina Werning

This is an image of a woman holding a piece of paper with a picture of her future face. Here, you can see both her present/past face and future face.

This is an image of a woman holding a piece of paper with a picture of her future face. Here, you can see both her present/past face and future face.

I can't decide if the improperly extended left wrist accents the perfection of the rest of her pose, or just annoys me.

I can't decide if the improperly extended left wrist accents the perfection of the rest of her pose, or just annoys me.

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