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By changing the angle of incidence of light, this work creates shadows, representing according to Aristotle the meaning of time.

He disputes the existence of this magnitude, since the past once existed, but now does not exist, the future will exist, but now it does not exist, while the present is something elusive. That is why time could be considered non-existent or with such a weak existence that it could be characterised as a shadow.

He adds that time exists only when it is connected with the movement, with the change.

We plan and dream for the future, sometimes we become captives of the past and sometimes we live in the present, in the fleeting here and now.

Sculpture for the wall with perspective.

Materials: oxidised iron, aluminium, alloy of metals, threads