Is it possible to divide the Time, giving it a
structure to follow the flow of Light?
There is a well-acquainted tool that can help us in dooing it: the
By converting the clock in graphic element and playing with geometrical
structures, we managed to create a visual time-line that can be used to
divide the flow of Day, as well as the flow of Light.
Thus the flow of Time clears not only in the photographs, but even
within the structure of the square, as well as in the circle inscribed
within the square.
The four main phases of the Day (Dawn, Daytime, Dusk, Night) softly fade
one into the other, indentifying themselves on the structure, in some
kind of "imaginary reflection of time".
So going through the book we can see the flow of time, but how?
Using the pictures of course, and the text as well. Words indeed
originate in a certain point of every page, corresponding with one of
the hours of the part of the Day we are going through. Along this lines
the four phases take form. Four "imaginary slices" moving on the clock
240 pages with 213 pictures following the flow of Time and Light through
the four phases the 24 hours are made of.
The clock will become, together with the structure, Your personal Virgil,
guiding You through images and words, hour by hour, helping You to
discover different lights and colours, within an highly-emotional
esperience, held a rare book.