Both Chronos I and Chronos II are video installations with multiple screens.
The word “Chronos” derived from the Greeks, is one of the perceptions of time. A familiar means of viewing time, it is the measurement of time and a quantity of the duration that changes in a uniform and serial order. Chronos, in a sense, is empty; without content or meaning beyond its own linear progression. It is a state where nothing happens and goes on not happening. In this series of work, I multiply and suspend the duration of “waiting” in response to the urban life we go through everyday where we live in a constant state of hurry.