The New Times

Historically, the valuation of an individual's labor was primarily based on their physical aptitude, while contemporary society assigns value to one's patterns of consumption and aptitude for concentration. The act of concentrating on a single task necessarily entails neglecting other potential pursuits, and in the age of limitless information accessibility, our invaluable yet scarce attention has emerged as the limiting factor. We presently inhabit an era dominated by the attention economy. .

Year: 2017
Materials: Computer loop animation, color
Resolution: 4K, 3840 x 2160 px
Duration: 00:00:60, 30 fps
Dimensions: Variable
Editions: 3 + A/P