Some intriguing reflections on how we experience the passage of time + how we might shape that experience.
Intriguing idea. Can clocks that track the passage of the sun and the moon make us feel more relaxed about time itself?
The Lilliputians decide Gulliver’s watch must be his god because he consults it so obsessively. Today, that watch would be a smartphone.
Slow Café in Germany = free coffee, clocks showing random times + customers charged by how long they linger. Goal: inspire people to slow down + smell the roses. Or the coffee, maybe.
Is the four-day workweek the future or a farce? Some smart, nimble companies are already making it come true.
Irish artist Paul Hughes talks about how taking the time to observe, listen and let things happen is at the core of the creative act.
This is my reaction to a UK exhibition called Taking Time: Craft and the Slow Revolution.
Some musings on how we experience time. And how we can alter that experience.
Short clip from a Croatian documentary where I’m talking about our relationship to time.