Enter the Everywhen—an ever-changing moment in time that is every moment in time. Now. Then. Before. After. This collection of time based work attempts to capture Everywhen through various lenses of material, technology and experience, exploring time through sound and video. The project was conceived of before the concerns of a pandemic became a framework for the way in which we now structure our lives. And now more than ever, we are hyper-aware of the moments, the memory and the imagining of a future time.
Everywhen is an online exhibition of student work from The College of DuPage, Time Based Media class. The exhibition opens online on Monday the 13th of April and in the spirit of Everywhen, concludes never.
Welcome to Everywhen.
Artist Statement: Tomorrow was because everyone is stuck at home in quarantine but I just wanted to remind everyone that everything we are missing will be here Tomorrow. Enjoy
Artist Statement: An abstract ethereal video that takes you anywhere else during dark times.
Artist Statement: For this project, though referencing the present, I recorded myself reading a journal from the past. The idea is that in these not so pleasant times, I use my travel journal from a trip to Europe 13 years ago, as a sort of time machine or escape to a more happy time. Enjoy!
Artist Statement: My piece is titled Just a Minute. It was mostly written before the quarantine-social distancing practice and reflects and questions how we really think of the moments that pass before us. These present events have contributed a different, deeper meaning to what we appreciate and the little instances that we are ever missing -or still dismissing, in our lives today. Take this Minute to think. Recline! Preferably on your back to listen. However, please still be mindful of the clock ticking away.
-Listening with Headphones is Recommended-