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sensing time

from planetary scale

to life scale

from deep time

to the living present

how we experience time

simultaneously and differently

our experiences of the

immediate environment

time as felt duration

our sense of time depends

on how fast we're moving

and what we're interested in

different senses of time

in Hulme Park

time as memory

tree time

insect time

grass time

dog time

walking time

listening time

looking time

quiet time

my time

your time

our time

degrees of synchrony, rhythm

and divergence between times

cameras, sensors, watches and microphones

sense time differently than we do

intricate relations

between time and place

memories of home

silently sensing details

like we're underwater

body time

manchester arena 

one year ago

what is research?

what is philosophy?

what we're doing right now

a pack of dogs

running towards us 

I have no idea what we're doing!

what concepts allow us

to think time as multiple?

talking about quantum physics

and drawing Hulme Park

while wearing biosensors








Elizabeth de Frietas (Biosocial Lab, MMU)

David Rousell (Biosocial Lab, MMU)

Suzanne Smith (Z-arts)

Z-artists (age 11-14)

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