Laurin Kilbert

Time flies like an arrow, because on every watch we can see one. Seconds, minutes and hours flowing into the void. Time is money and our money needs growth and competition. The winner has to be efficient, focused, has to invest, has to save and not to waste. Hard to say what kind of resource the time might be, but we can’t live without it, like we could without money. We try to measure and to somehow quantify that subjective impression, that stretchy dynamics of time. 
What happens when our watch lacks of time? What do we can see, when we look closely to our perspective of time? The boundaries have to be pushed, because one thing is sure: 
Time is far more than just like an arrow.