All those moments in the day that seem incredibly painful or unnecessary are timed and documented by Alyson Provax in her latest project, 'Time Wasting Experiment.'
Recording some of the worst feelings and how much of her day they consumed, Provax creates a sort of therapeutic way of dealing with things like "18 minutes of dreading the inevitable" and "32 minutes of restlessness and regret." Everyone can relate to some, if not all, of these notes, with those little moments of fear and regret that seem to stretch on forever but don't add anything beneficial to our lives.
By giving each one its own page and time in her 'Time Wasting Experiment,' Alyson Provax minimizes these painful everyday life experiences.
Alyson Provax Laments Life in Her 'Time Wasting Experiment'
1. Documented Apathy - Recording and documenting moments of apathy and time wastage can serve as a therapeutic way of dealing with negative emotions.
2. Time Wasting Experiment - Creating a project that focuses on capturing and minimizing the impact of time wastage can raise awareness about the importance of productivity.
3. Therapeutic Reflection - Engaging in reflective practices, such as documenting moments of fear and regret, can help individuals address and minimize the negative impact on their lives.
1. Art and Design - Artists can explore projects like 'Time Wasting Experiment' to communicate relatable experiences and evoke emotions in their audience.
2. Personal Development - The recording and reflection of daily experiences can be used in personal development coaching, therapy, or mindfulness practices to help individuals navigate negative emotions.
3. Productivity Tools and Apps - Developing tools and applications that track and minimize time wastage can help individuals enhance their productivity and efficiency in various aspects of life.