This is also your day
Time present and time past
Are both perhaps present in time future
And time future contained in time past.
If all time is eternally present
All time is unredeemable.
T.S Eliot’s “Four Quartet”
The work displays multiple layers of time represented in a moment by spectator’s reflection. An individual spectator experiences the work privately under the umbrella where rain sound is running by directional speaker. In front of them, the monitors are showing the scene of rainy days, the sky after rain, shaking tree by wind, snow, and the moon behind the clouds. It’s the reminiscence of outside world and reflection of time. The monitors are placed aside with rocks made by styrofoam. The owls are sleeping most of the time but wake up at the end and gaze towards the spectator. The reflection that was outside of the spectator becomes something passive. The images are comprised of the sequence changing from rain to moon and the duration of candle is indicating the lapse of time played by loop.