One Minute, 2017, single-channel video installation.
In One Minute, the hands of an old analogue darkroom timer slowly revolve, each at their respective
speeds—only to stall and reset as the cycle repeats. The loop is rather uneventful; as advertised, it is
precisely one minute of recorded time. Though, given the clock’s lack of conventional progression (in
that the timer recites a particular minute), it could be said that the loop constructs its own unique
sense of time.
One Minute is an overlapping of analogue and digital technologies. A duration has been performed,
monitored, and reformatted; one calculated minute unfolds into another.