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Eglė Kulbokaitė, Hypersea I // To escape the banal-terrestrial like angels, 2015, Tinian marble, mastic, 9 7/8 × 9 × 7". From “Time Flies Like an Arrow, Fruit Flies Like a Banana,” 2015.

“Time Flies Like an Arrow, Fruit Flies Like a Banana”

Cultural Foundation of Tinos

Eglė Kulbokaitė, Hypersea I // To escape the banal-terrestrial like angels, 2015, Tinian marble, mastic, 9 7/8 × 9 × 7". From “Time Flies Like an Arrow, Fruit Flies Like a Banana,” 2015.

Curated by Valentinas Klimašauskas, “Time Flies Like an Arrow, Fruit Flies Like a Banana” was the culmination of the Tinos Quarry Platform, a new residency program cofounded by artist Petros Touloudis and Vasilis Nasis. Time on this Cycladic island is marked by diurnal rituals that vary according to seasonal harvests, in contrast to the relentless treadmill of urban life. Assembled in a museum conference room, the installations, produced through encounters between international artists and local artisans, conjured a lively, and strangely harmonious, conversation between starkly different conceptions of time and being, captured perfectly in the syntactic ambiguity of the title.

For The Contingency of Cheese (all works 2015), Jennifer Teets worked with local farmers to cultivate goat cheese, a process that triggered discussions about island economics and animal behavior. Suspended

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