Perceptions of time
25 May 2019 – 28 Jun 2020
GOMA | Gallery 3.1 | Free
‘Perceptions of Time’ looks at the different ways in which artists explore how our perception of time can be altered through the intervention of personal experiences and histories. View works that explore how the idea of time can be altered by personal experiences and histories. The subjective and analytical meet throughout the exhibition in photographs, paintings and interactive and time-based works as artists address the complexity of time.
Some artists incorporate the concept as an intangible, malleable and personal element in their work, or consider time as a quantifiable system of measurement, others work between these two ideas. These works will encourage you to consider significant personal moments in your life.
Installation view of Yuan Goang-Ming's Disappearing Landscape - Passing II 2011 / Three-channel HD video installation: 16:9, 9:14 minutes, colour, stereo / Purchased 2012 / Collection: Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art / © Yuan Goang-Ming.
Installation view of George Poonkhin Khut’s Distillery: Waveforming 2012 / Custom software and custom heart rate monitor on iPad and Mac Mini Signal analysis software: Angelo Fraietta and Tuan M Vu; visual effects software: Jason McDermott, Greg Turner; electronics and design: Frank Maguire; including Distillery: Waveforming (Portraits of Bec; Lian; Rob; January 2012) 2012 / HD video: 24 minutes, 9:16, colour, stereo Camera: Julia Pendrill Charles; styling: Troy Brennan / The National New Media Art Award 2012. Purchased 2012 with funds from the Queensland Government / Collection: Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art / © George Poonkhin Khut.