Times Square Timeshare (2006)
4-channel HD+ video (single image across four screens), four 20-inch LCD monitors, four computers, custom software, wooden case (60" x 100" x 12"), duration 9:30
Every object in motion appears to be stationary, and every object at rest appears to be in motion. Cars, buses, pedestrians are fixed still, while buildings and parked vehicles glide past.
The impulse to stop time is connected with sentimentality, nostalgia, and magical thinking. It is a common response to the universally human experience of loss and mortality.