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Slow Were the Good Old Days is essentially a visual diary mapping my everyday spaces and encounters in Longboat Key, Florida. I describe it as a conceptual and experimental piece about “time”, about how one can visualize time, how I perceive the traces of time, how I contemplate on the metaphysical meaning of time, and how I find a unique poetics in the flowing of time. The electronic and social media world take away our ability to be present at the moment and immerse ourselves in the beauty of “nowness”. "Time” is a modern invention and we must praise idleness.

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