The Time is Now
Time flies. Time stands still. Time is against us and time is on our side…
Our whole lives are defined by the time it takes to live them. It’s in the past that we remember and the future that we imagine together, the centuries of change and the here and now.
This immersive new exhibition looks at how contemporary artists have approached our complicated relationship with time. Lose yourself in artworks that question how time affects everything we do – including Katie Paterson’s mesmerising giant mirror ball reflecting 10,000 images of solar eclipses, and Andrew Hunt’s huge paintings exploring the fleeting moment between youth and old age.
Discover work by Helen Chadwick, Braco Dimitrijević, Ruth Ewan, Ruth Levene, James Nares, Jorge Otero-Pailos, Mathew Weir and more.