Outside of Time

Sylvia Galbraith

Rocks presume a sense of stability, constancy, and strength. We imagine them as immoveable and unyielding, yet in reality they exist within a slow progression of time, incrementally changing, or being changed, by their environment and other events. Through careful framing and use of light, Galbraith joins the precision of science, the narrative of history, and the subjectivity of art in response to this ongoing process of transformation that both precedes and defies human intervention; one that is outside our concept of time.