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Afterglow

Maxim Tyminko 2016
  • video installation
Real time generative video installation, javascript, html, dimensions variableThe Afterglow is a program, which calculates in realtime a location on the earth where the sun is crossing the horizon line during the sunset at the very moment. Taken the accurate geo location of the actual event, the algorithm predicts and generates a virtual color of the sun based on the data flow from a set of meteorological and forecast services around the globe.

What is the relation between space and time? Our economy, science, technology constantly trying to overcome the speed of time and predict the future. We make important decisions based on forecasts, predictions, calculations of the future events. Complex theories and algorithms are developed to compute the probability of possible future phenomenon…
The theory of relativity gave us a clue about the nature of time and it’s relation to space. The most obvious phenomenon which led us notice the flow of time is of course the motion of the sun across the sky. We are in the cycle of days and nights routinely adding up minutes and hours of ever running away time. But what would be if we place ourself into another relative position, just like in the famous thought experiment with two observers, one being in a speeding train car and other standing on a platform. What would be if we jump up, freeze in the air and let the Earth rotate beneath our feet? Are we going to physically experience the speed of time? Are we going to experience an incredible speed of rotation of the Earth, which reaches 1670 km/h at the Equator?