We are building the first digital art exhibition based on time-traveling.
The ultimate goal is the creation of a digital environment that combines the idea of time with the idea of emotion. To do so, we aim to let the observer travel through different points in time, each one associated with a particular emotion, and enjoy the artistic connection between the two concepts.
We create 156 different digital artworks, each one representing a day in the past (or future) and an emotion, which is somehow connected to that particular date. These ones are later going to be stored in a virtual environment, each one inside an individual “time-room”: to move around this virtual museum, that is from one time-room to another, you will time-travel from a particular date to another one.
We create 156 artworks on 40x50cm canvas, each one corresponding to our subjective representation of a single of the 156 human emotions as described in the "The Book Of Human Emotions" of Tiffany Watt Smith.
We build a virtual environment consisting of 156 time-rooms, which represent different days in history and contain the digitalized version of an individual emotion representation. To move from a time-room to another, you have to use a time-machine.
"Our mind is the ultimate time-machine."
From a non-ontological point of view, Time is the most useful “tool” that humanity possesses: it lets us project our imagination towards past memories and future desires. Our mind is the ultimate Time-Machine, letting us go back and forth through thoughts and emotions, imagining old and future landscapes we’ve never walked on, ages we’ve never seen and worlds we’ve never lived.