There’s never enough time // There’s always enough time

Lakin Anderson

Installation. moving objects and video

Blåsenhus building, Experimental Learning Lab, Uppsala University

CE//MUSE Sustainability Festival Uppsala University, May 28. 2015


“How does the future get here? It’s made in specialised spaces we have no access to. It’s made by us every day. It arrives in timescales so small we can’t register, and so long we can’t comprehend. It arrives today. From high frequency trading to coral polyps, from robots that move like animals to waves curling in the pacific wind, it moves.