Human Voice as Clock
I recorded myself counting 2 minutes in several contexts to explore the human perception of time under different scenarios. Time is stretchable. Senses trigger flashbacks, flashbacks are extracted from memories, and memories interfere with the senses. Past, present, and future are interconnected like a manifold, a convergence of multiple dimensions of time. To connect these dots, Joan Grant reveals this piece of a puzzle in his book Winged Pharaoh: a far memory book: “for where I am is within and beyond Time, for it is the center of a circle where past, present, and future join and are eternal.”
刘筱雨作为一个跨学科艺术家和交互设计师，通过艺术装置、行为艺术、声音和影像等媒介探寻在人类统治秩序下死亡、时间和感知的概念。她对周遭坏境的敏感和质疑成为了她创作的动因。其硕士毕业于帕森斯设计学院设计与科技系。作品展出于帕森斯，The Research House for Asian Art, NYC Media Lab 和 Maker Faire。
Born in Zhejiang, China, 1995, Xiaoyu Liu currently lives and works in the U.S. She earned her MFA in Design & Technology, Parsons School of Design (M2019). As an interdisciplinary artist and interaction designer, she explores time and sensory perception and the notion of death through the media of art installation, performance, documentation, sound, and videos. Her sensitivity to the environment has been a major influence on her work. Her work has been exhibited at The Research House for Asian Art, NYC Media Lab, Maker Faire, Parsons, and published in USA Art News, Ritzherald, Hudson Weekly, Madison graph, and Fairmont Post.