I wasn't pressed for time today, but I just felt, and was made, more aware of it than usual.
I woke up to the bad alarm clock I bought a few weeks ago that won't keep proper time. I'm not exactly sure when, sometime around 9:30am.
At the Museum of Modern Art, I captured this image of myself at 2:42pm on a video installation screen. The artist built a kind of split camera effect but on a single screen. One camera is on a few second's time delay, so as you approach it, it register's what went on a bit earlier. As you move out of the center, though, a second camera reverts to real time and you are suddenly jolted ahead to the present. As you walk into the time piece, you become a part of its transmission. It disrupts time wonderfully.
I call this shot Time: Clock of the Heart.
As I exited through the gift shop, my eye settled on a number of nicely designed, and fairly priced, watches. So, I bought this watch by a local company called Tokyo Bay after a nice exchange, a good time as it were, talking to shop clerk who seemed happy to pass the time showing them to me. Watches: those particular wristbands that mark modern man's busy life. Here's mine at 3:06pm.