time architecture – spain.6
i’ve considered the theory that time isn’t real – that it is simply our perceptive distance from the energy imprint of an event, a construct of our human condition that places us in this world in a way that we can comprehend, that it is simply a human limitation, not a reality.
the narrative time confluence that we frame our world and our lives around is simply a fabrication.
the concept of flow is interesting in it’s relationship to this reflection – that we are part of this flow, the vast confluence of an infinite number of occurrences, all interwoven – like an unfathomable cosmic river that we are dropped into, in our present moment, and if we could simply swim upstream or leap downstream, we’d still be in that flow, just in a different place.
is that why those structures that manifest layers of imprints become magnetic to so many of us? why thousands or millions continue to be drawn to those places - generation after generation? is that where we can see this flow and sense the echo of those events that occur upstream or downstream? is that why we want to create that physical imprint – so that we can re-discover it, generations later? i wonder..