A Jewelled Moment

Live projections and audio exploring the measurement of time.

Live projection of the inner workings and outer face of an antique pocket watch situated and in a church. The projections were installed opposite to each other. The accompanying audio, which was accessed through headphones, was of the amplified ticking of the pocket watch. The watch time was set to Switzerland where the watch was made.

“Only this moment counts, this moment alone, and that is because of the awareness that we bring to it.”
Indu Muralidharan

Counter Measure live art event, London. 2005

Robbie Coleman and Jo Hodges

Categories: Exhibition, Installation, Pre 2013, Sound

Jo Hodges

Jo Hodges is a multidisciplinary public artist based in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland.
Jo [www.johodges.co.uk] has a background in Human Ecology, community development and social justice.

Her work investigates ecological and socio-cultural systems, processes and relationships, and explores new strategies for working in public. Her practice takes many forms; temporary and permanent works, site specific installations and socially engaged projects and processes. She is often led by context, where the outcome is determined as a result of process.

She is interested in research, experimentation and collaboration at the intersection of environment, culture and technology and exploring the role of art in social change. She is joint Director-Curator of Sanctuary Lab, a public art laboratory in the Galloway Forest Dark Skies Park.