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  • Writer's pictureSarah Loutfi


"People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to affect... but actually, its more like a big ball of wibbly, wobbly, timey, wimey... stuff." - The Tenth Doctor (likely written by Stephen Moffat).

There always seems to be not enough off it and too much of it all the same time, but none of it is really wasted.

Time is a tricky thing, and I do think it is a bit wibbly, wobbly. There are a few things I think of linearly, like the slow build to get to a new level in my art.

Often though, I think my progression in art has been a bit more like an easter egg hunt.

There are little bits just strewn everywhere in time, and sometimes, it takes collecting all the pieces from all over the place to realize the tinfoil chocolate eggs are actually all the colours in the rainbow. The rainbow is the big picture. Sometimes, you get the big picture first, and they when you look back you see all the little eggs you to had to collect to get to the big picture.

That's how I think of time.

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