On Temporal Synesthesia c / "My relationship to time became so bound to the rhythms and cycles of light that I began to experience a form of synaesthesia - the sensation of experiencing one sense as another. In this case my sense of time was coupled with my sense of light. Throughout the day, and throughout the year, I became increasingly aware of the quality of light as a direct indicator for a place in time."

- Extract from Is it time we revalued time? PRIMER22 Opening Keynote

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