Weltanschauung   (2013-ongoing), Ono photographs a sky-scape at the locations where the time-zone changes. The captured image contains two different times within a single exposure. The concept of time-zone was first introduced in 1879, with a division of straight lines every 15 degrees. However today, the countries are free to claim their own time-zone, and it has become a manifestation of the territorial situations of the ground. The neighboring countries such as India and Pakistan sees 30-minutes time difference between each other - to show a difference.   Cyanotype, silkscreen on glass and white paper, 16" x 20" each

Weltanschauung (2013-ongoing), Ono photographs a sky-scape at the locations where the time-zone changes. The captured image contains two different times within a single exposure. The concept of time-zone was first introduced in 1879, with a division of straight lines every 15 degrees. However today, the countries are free to claim their own time-zone, and it has become a manifestation of the territorial situations of the ground. The neighboring countries such as India and Pakistan sees 30-minutes time difference between each other - to show a difference.

Cyanotype, silkscreen on glass and white paper, 16" x 20" each

 Silkscreen on glass and white paper, 16" x 20"

Silkscreen on glass and white paper, 16" x 20"

 Archival pigment print and embossed mat, 11" x 14" each

Archival pigment print and embossed mat, 11" x 14" each

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   Weltanschauung   (2013-ongoing), Ono photographs a sky-scape at the locations where the time-zone changes. The captured image contains two different times within a single exposure. The concept of time-zone was first introduced in 1879, with a division of straight lines every 15 degrees. However today, the countries are free to claim their own time-zone, and it has become a manifestation of the territorial situations of the ground. The neighboring countries such as India and Pakistan sees 30-minutes time difference between each other - to show a difference.   Cyanotype, silkscreen on glass and white paper, 16" x 20" each
 Silkscreen on glass and white paper, 16" x 20"
 Archival pigment print and embossed mat, 11" x 14" each
001-WELTANSCHAUUNG.jpg
002-WELTANSCHAUUNG.jpg

Weltanschauung (2013-ongoing), Ono photographs a sky-scape at the locations where the time-zone changes. The captured image contains two different times within a single exposure. The concept of time-zone was first introduced in 1879, with a division of straight lines every 15 degrees. However today, the countries are free to claim their own time-zone, and it has become a manifestation of the territorial situations of the ground. The neighboring countries such as India and Pakistan sees 30-minutes time difference between each other - to show a difference.

Cyanotype, silkscreen on glass and white paper, 16" x 20" each

Silkscreen on glass and white paper, 16" x 20"

Archival pigment print and embossed mat, 11" x 14" each

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