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In My Own Time – Grace Weir 08 Oct  2007
Grace Weir: A deep field for the time deaf.
On black holes, leap seconds and the subjective value of time.

Artist and filmmaker Grace Weir’s latest exhibition at the London Science Museum consists of four conceptual films exploring the concept of time. The piece originated from an eight week artists’ residency at St John’s College, Oxford, during which Grace investigated black holes, notions of time and light, Einstein’s theory of relativity and the changing relationship between clocks and the planets. Jane joins Grace at the Science Museum to explore how we construct, rationalise and experience time.


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