Light always takes a moment to travel from one point to another – one second to cover 300,000 kilometres to be precise – and to reach our eyes. The travel time varies from, for example, eight minutes for the light from the sun to reach the earth, to millions of years from a star at the edge of our universe. This means that the information that light brings us, like how long ago that distant star was born, is always dated.
American interdisciplinary artist Alicia Eggert (1981) lives and works in Texas. She graduated as a sculptor from Alfred University in New York and explores the relationship between language, image...Lees meer