Changing Time

About the project

Time is something that pervades and is everlasting in this existence, we experience and perceive time since the day we are born but little do we know the effect of ‘time’ in association with our mental health. However, we often do hear remarks and quotes to inspire or encourage people to change the way they think and behave, by changing the way they think about ‘time’. For example, “Forget about the past”, “Live life to the fullest” etc. What is this relationship between time perception and mental health that we so often mindlessly exchange to one another? And are these phrases universal in their encouragement?

The use of postcards serves as a device for health-centred rather than disease-centred information distribution strategy and to promote interaction between individuals while exploring this space between the relationship of time and mental health.

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