A moment in time
Mirror stainless steel, Metal bracket, Sunset light
In the shapeless void of the night, how do we measure time?
Interval is an elongated horizon installed along the coastal forest landscape. Each mirror faces the ocean and is installed at an angle between 0 to 60 from the horizon, corresponding to each of the forty minutes of the sunset. With the mirrors situated each at a different angle, they each frame a different part of the sky, a different snapshot of the sunset along the time axis. The audience can walk around the installation and move between the different perspectives. The abstract concept of time and its expression as moments in nature cross paths repeatedly on the coastal line, reunited, again and again.