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Adjusting Time to Ourselves

 - Nov 26, 2007
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We all know how very long or extremely short an hour, a week, or a month can be. Time is relative, the biggest cliché of all time. But let's just see how things would change if we wouldn't adjust ourselves to time, but adjusted time to ourselves.

Lousie Klinker and Anab Jain were interested in designing for our perception of time and particularly in trying to alter or comment on that perception. They aim to do this by introducing time into unexpected relationships with objects.

I especially love the clock concept. It looks useful in cutting down on work hours and increase our time for relaxing and sleeping. Oh, if only it was that easy!