There are so many ways to look at time and motion, so many ways of illustrating this relationship in a variety of mediums. Each successive movement in the arts brings us new creative ideas, asking us to pause and examine how we conceive of time, struggle with it, understand it, and hopefully make peace with it.
Consciousness tends to be obsessed and controlled by time: the past, the future, memories, reliving of defeats, replays of emotion--good and bad, plans, hopes, worries, fears, boredom. But there is another way of knowing time.
And all the arts, she strongly contends, can point us toward a deeper, more panoramic, and integrated sense of time that frees us from concepts of time and facilitates an experience in another dimension, where time and space dissolve.
How much do you notice motion or movement when observing art? How is it conveyed; what suggests time to you?
As an artist, how do you indicate time and movement in your work?
If you've experienced time beyond concepts about it, what was that like? If artwork triggered the experience, what was the particular painting, sculpture, dance, music, film, poem, tapestry, etc.?