Time [...] links us back to the site (the Wellington Railway Station), being the heart of the transportation system of which has to keep to a tight time schedule. Then there is the passing of time visualized through aging and degradation and of course the virtual world of both mind and machine whereby time can become irrelevant.
Fig.1; Before and After aging experiment from Part One.
â€œI realised I could see the bright side as well as the dark side. I started meeting old people whom I admired and realised that I could choose the way to grow old.â€? Marie de Hennezel, The warmth of the heart prevents your body from rusting.
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