“time has two aspects”

“Time has two aspects. There is the arrow, the running river, without which there is no change, no progress, or direction, or creation. And then there is the circle or the cycle, without which there is chaos, meaningless succession of instants, a world without clocks or seasons or promises” – Ursula K Le Guin, The Dispossessed

Dearest art witch, your assignment is as follows! 1. consider ulg’s two aspects of time. aspect 1: what has been shooting, flowing, pushing change, giving direction? aspect 2: what has been circling, cycling, revealing patterns and meaning? 2. take these questions on a walk, move with them, dance. find a movement, object, image, sound, colour that represents what emerges from each question. 3. bring the two aspects of time (as they emerge for you) into dialogue with one another, on a page, on film, in a recording. love you, elena.ing the two aspects of time (as they emerge for you) into dialogue with one another, on a page, on film, in a recording. love you, elena.