Using the gridded pattern that often illustrates our space-time fabric as a reference, this kinetic wall sculpture suggests what a clock would behave like if it could not distinguish time. This interactive sconce allows viewers to manipulate and choose how they perceive time in their personal reality. By spinning the back plate, the lights are then projected through the perforated steel onto the landscape of the glass, creating moments of distortion and orderly chaos. The lights are then reflected back onto the wall as well, creating vibrant galactic projections that move with the piece, along with a shadow that resembles the hand of a clock. When this kinetic mechanism is discovered, the automatic response for the viewer is to spin it rapidly— causing a chaotic effect, dizziness and unease, which is how most people perceive time in this fast-paced world. In doing so, you cannot truly capture the moment of distortion that makes this piece. The viewer must spin the sculpture slowly in order to experience this moment, referencing life in terms of perceiving time at a slower pace in order to appreciate the little moments. Reflecting on this life analogy: with no knowledge of these directions on how to activate this moment, the viewer must learn for themselves by exploring this kinetic sculpture in order to find that perfect moment for them within this piece. This piece has yet to be documented professionally due to COVID-19. To experience this piece through Vimeo videos, click on either of the three images below, or check out @yazdabart Instagram feed and "Immersive" highlight by clicking on the Instagram icon at the bottom of the page.