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Sky Seeing Station
How can objective phenomena, the facts of our shared lives, become us? How can seeing the sky show us how we see ourselves? How can we reveal our quirky selves in the plainest of things like looking at the sky? Can we agree on the color of any given moment? Can we see how long a moment lasts?
At our sky-seeing station, we collect data regarding how we see the sky. Through the process, the more we look, the more we wonder: Can one really see the color of the sky? Can one describe it in words? Can one see what was seen before? Can one look so closely that one can see time change?
This 11-inch hole cut in black paper allows an isolated view of the sky for the purposes of sky-watching. Cream Co. artists take notes using language and paint to record qualities of the sky. Does the sky change over a period of time? What is the rate of change? Is the sky immutable?