Time over Time

19th April 2015

Exhibiting as part of a new collective allthingsinbetween during Milan design week Dawn Haleta continues to explore with light as a medium with which to design with and explore narrative of time.

Her work titled Time Over Time considers material decomposition or changes in surface qualities that act as a signifier of the passing of time.

Each of her lights that appear like otherworldly crystals are cast in dichroic glass and slowly change colour during the day from morning to midday to midnight using alternating light waves.

Titled Chip, VanDeventer, Arrow, Stack, Asteroid, Pinnacle and MachuPichu each of the lights are designed to represent shadows, light interplay and planetary light phenomenon.

Representing time, the slowly changing properties in each dynamic relic embody a past and a future in which the passing of time is communicated through alterations in light and color. Time Over Time recognizes our instinctive ability to note the subtle changes around us as a method of tracking the passage of time.

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