The Totality of All Possible Nows
The Totality of All Possible Nows

9 x 12 inches (closed), double pamphlet stitch, photo-lithograph and laser cut pages, monotype, Arches cover, Lokta paper, transparencies, 2017.

This book was inspired by theoretical physicist, Julian Barbour’s notion of time in which he argues that we live in a series of nows, in “...a universe which has neither past nor future. A strange new world in which we are alive and dead in the same instant. In this eternal present, our sense of the passage of time is nothing more than a giant cosmic illusion.”

The silhouettes are originally from family and found photographs.


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The Totality of All Possible Nows
Totality 22.jpg
Totality 7.jpg
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Totality 9.jpg
Totality 10.jpg
Totality 11.jpg
Totality 12.jpg
Totality 13.jpg
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Totality 15.jpg
Totality 17.jpg
Totality 18.jpg
Totality 21.jpg
Totality 19.jpg
Totality 20.jpg
Totality 23.jpg
The Totality of All Possible Nows

9 x 12 inches (closed), double pamphlet stitch, photo-lithograph and laser cut pages, monotype, Arches cover, Lokta paper, transparencies, 2017.

This book was inspired by theoretical physicist, Julian Barbour’s notion of time in which he argues that we live in a series of nows, in “...a universe which has neither past nor future. A strange new world in which we are alive and dead in the same instant. In this eternal present, our sense of the passage of time is nothing more than a giant cosmic illusion.”

The silhouettes are originally from family and found photographs.


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