"All the time in the world and a few extra seconds."


All the time in the world and a few extra seconds places us in the friction between an abstract, profound and immeasurable temporality and a fast and standardized time, measured with technological precision. The exhibition brings together a selection of works by five contemporary artists who address aspects related to the contrast between different temporal scales and magnitudes, as well as the relationships established between processes of measurement and interpretation of time linked to different fields of knowledge and experience, such as the natural sciences, social and political conventions, agriculture or fiction.