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Indian Artist Uses Sunlight To Project Phrases Exploring Theories of Time Onto The Street

Daku is an Indian graffiti artist from Delhi who is known for his typographic street art installations, criticizing consumerism and various social issues. For his latest project, he cooperated with an Indian non-profit organization St+art India and created a mesmerizing installation called ‘Theory Of Time’ in Panjim, Goa.

This temporary art installation utilizes sunlight to cast shadows of letters across on the street, displaying a message about the passing of time. The words “Time works wonders. Time moves. Time flies over us, but leaves its shadow behind. Time fades. Time is an illusion” are cast when the sun is in zenith and St+art India describe the piece as a “multifaceted gameful interpretation of time itself, that gives no answers but posits new questions.”

Check out Daku’s new art piece in the gallery below!

More info: DAKU | St+art India | h/t: Colossal

“Time works wonders. Time moves.”

“Time flies over us, but leaves its shadow behind.”

“Time fades. Time is an illusion,” says Daku’s message

The art installation aims to highlight the temporality of time

Daku does not aim to answer questions – he aims to raise new ones


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We Made An Art Installation In 5 Days During The Land Art Festival


The installation called “Atamatik” was made over 5 days in the mountains of Canada, near Montreal in October 2019, during the annual Creations Sur Le Champ Land Art event. Soundtrack provided by Lewis Harding.

Atamatik translates as ‘At the heart of a Tree’ in the Innu-aimun language of Quebec Canada.

The newly-emerged research of plant communication, cognition, Bioacoustics, and Gnosophysiology tests the cognitive abilities of plants, including perception, learning processes, memory, and consciousness and is re-igniting the discourse on plant subjectivity, sentience, and ethical standing. This holds considerable implications for the way we perceive plants as it redefines the traditionally held boundary between animals and plants and other organisms.

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