Time is fundamentally mysterious. In many ways it is the most intimate and omnipresent feature of our existence - what could be more readily apparent than duration, lived experience, memory or the ever-ticking memento of personal mortality which the clock represents ?

Memory: Juxtaposition and Relativity

I can remember a print hung on a wall in my father's house when I was a child. I puzzled and fretted and stared and wondered about this image and it's impossible, unsettling reality. The print was of M.C. Escher's 1953 lithograph "Relativity" and I was probably only 9 or 10 years old at the…