These series of photos, taken every three seconds, were created as part of the “InTime” Project, a collaboration between Sergei Katran and myself. These images were displayed in exhibitions in St. Petersburg in 2010 and Moscow in 2012.
We often underestimate how much we can accomplish in a single second. Take a moment to observe your own movements. How long does it actually take you to raise your hand, sit on a chair, or scratch your nose? As we become more familiar with these actions, our usual perception of them becomes automatic and less attention-grabbing.
However, only newborn infants still possess the ability to fully concentrate on the process of moving in the vast expanse of time that a single second presents for learning.