Standing Whimsey

I am continuing to work with the theme of time and representations of time, with an emphasis on the relativity of events. There is a quality of action and reaction — moving the mouse changes the cycling patterns of the time cones. I have left the background semi-transparent to add a persistent quality of transition. Each frame slightly blends into the other. The resulting animation is chaotic and angsty, though these qualities may still need to be adjusted. I almost find this one too difficult to watch due to its busy-ness. There is also the risk that the flashing quality limits access and excludes people with sensitivities to this type of imagery.