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Time is an elusive concept, a measurable magnitude inherent in life, a notion that for us is more experiential than conceptual. Homeart nyc ugalleryutuu In our daily life we experience it as an ineffable course, as if it were an invisible stream by which we are sliding from one moment to the next, always towards the future, regardless of our will.
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" NOW IS THE INFINITY, IS THE SAME AS THE END OF SPACETIME. " DARIUS GUBALA " Teraz jest nieskończoność taka sama jak koniec czasoprzestrzeni. " art filosofygiytiiiiutuu

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We notice it not only because we measure it and adapt our routine to it, but also because we are able to observe how things change their state (a fruit that turns rotten, a flowering tree) and how we change too. ftufuutyIntuitively we assume that time is a constant value that governs everything equally.
Art 3 PanelutuuHowever, physics shows us that this is not the case. In the early 20th century, Albert Einstein revolutionized the world of science through his theory of relativity, proving that time is not a universal parameter, nor an absolute value as until then was believed, but varies depending on the speed.
Art mooviejyfuyfkkkutuu the bridge In short, time is an individual experience, whose perception and measurement depends on an observer's position and circumstances with respect to a given event. If we move faster, even if we don't notice it, time passes differently from those that remain static.
Art2 Darius tyyuyuuutuuOf course, for these differences to be noticeable to the naked eye, we must be able to move at speeds close to that of light. But in our everyday world our speeds are very far away from those amazing levels and, therefore, we just have to imagine it.
 iluzion art picture iluzion art pictureutuuBut there are other ways to affect time that go beyond measures and sequential ordering, and has to do with events that change our ideas and make us see beyond the visible to understand a little more our reality, producing transformations that make us feel that the stream we call time is subjected to a change in speed or direction, and sometimes even forks.hipopjuLong time before Einstein revolutionized the world of science with his theory of relativity by tearing down the paradigms of classical physics, there was a discovery that was crucial to understanding the universe and the laws that govern it, and which, equally constituted a turning point in science: the heliocentrism of Nicolas Copernicus.
utduiii8 This Polish Renaissance scientist demonstrated that the center of the universe was not the Earth, much less the human being. Both the earth and the other planets revolved around the sun, which was the center of the universe, according to him. This radically changed the prevailing medieval geocentric model of universe with Earth at the center. His theory was a revolution in the field of science, known as the "Copernican revolution," which profoundly affected everything else. It meant a change of mindset that led to modernity, a new conception of nature and of the human being.
rsytuyy8i It laid the foundations of modern astronomy and the development of other scientific branches that brought about important discoveries, such as that the sun was not the center of the universe either and that we lived in an infinite universe. During this period, conceptions of time were also changing. Its measurement was refined, but its definition remained elusive, although it was considered a universal value. This period would culminate in the discoveries and postulations of Isaac Newton. The understanding of the universe was largely based on the Newtonian foundations, which seemed definitive until in the 20th century Albert Einstein appeared to shock them with his theory of relativity.
iuygit7iiyffuBefore this happened, at the end of the 19th century, Polish-French scientist Marie Curie, together with her husband Pierre, made discoveries that removed the scientific community, including the discovery of radioactivity. From their work, atomic and nuclear physics began, and its applications produced one of the most important transformations, not only scientific, but also political and economic, in the 20th century.
stuyuthAlthough their research was not time-related, they were essential to other developments that would change our relationship with it, because they had a direct and indirect impact in different ways. We learned that with their discoveries we could prolong the lifespan, using them to treat diseases like cancer, but we also knew that we could dramatically shorten it by creating artifacts such as the atomic bombs.
hdioiuuyyIn the field of the humanities, time has also been worked and explored. Throughout history, we find restless minds of philosophers, artists, writers and musicians who have incorporated the subject into their work not only through representation but through reflection on its value, its importance and impact on the work and on life. Many authors have integrated scientific and technological knowledge into their doing. Others have made it part of his themes and reflections.
djikkujjku Take as an example, among the many in history, the futurists who, at the beginning of the 20th century, astonished by the industrialization and technological advances of the moment, made speed their leitmotiv, representing a moving reality where human beings could move through space at breakneck speeds, as never before. Interestingly, futurism, as well as the other avant-gardes, emerged around the same time that Einstein was revolutionizing the world of science with his theory of relativity. There were different paths in both the sciences and the arts explored alternatives to understand and represent reality, to address concepts such as time and space from other perspectives. In both worlds this exploration led to transformations that would breakdown many paradigms.
Linkart brain nycutuuBrainNow let us take the Cubism case. Artists seek to represent reality by simultaneously showing multiple perspectives of a given object, different visions unified in one space and at the same time. Another example is kinetic art, in the middle of the 20th century when it was consecrated. The propose made by kinetic artists based the aesthetic experience on movement.
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To achieve this, they used scientific parameters in order to create optical effects and make interactive the relationship of the work with the viewer. In this way, as we move in front of a kinetic work, or directly penetrate it, we see how it transforms, altering with our movement, either because it also moves, or because it changes shape or color. That is, the perception of the work is relative to the experience of the viewer. 
jyfujjjjIn recent decades, although our vision of the universe has been continuing transformed, our notion of time remains elusive. We continue to imagine the different ways in which we can alter it, stop it, nullify it or transcend it. We know more, although sometimes we have the feeling that we understand less, and we have a feeling of uncertainty when the unknown arises in addition to the mysteries that have never been deciphered.
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, With each discovery it is revealed a fascinating aspect of the universe that challenges our common sense, generating endless questions and concerns.  In our daily lives, although we can move faster and faster —and do things quickly without even moving— we are still a long way from reaching a speed close to that of light and all we have to do is to imagine it, because if there is anything unstoppable, it is our imagination that has no borders and does not cease —and will never cease— to try to decipher the mysteries of the universe, whether from the field of science or that of the humanities.

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