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From '30-Minute Meals' to the Instant Pot: Why Modern Cooking Is Obsessed with Time
Whether a recipe takes 15 minutes, 30 minutes, or six hours, time in our hyperactive society is never unpolitical.
Read Vic Mensa’s Powerful Essay on Palestine and American Racism
"The parallels between the black American experience and the Palestinian experience are overwhelming," the rapper writes at Time.
Alex Robert Ross
How Old Are You in Trump Years?
Trump has been president for three years, nine months, and one week. But it feels a lot longer than that.
These Hand-Embroidered Scenes Tell Mysterious Stories
Embroidery artist Michelle Kingdom takes time to let her needlework tell stories.
Uncover the Meaning to Life With These Videos of Ants Eating Junk Food
The Internet has finally listened to our collective prayers and delivered unto us the deepest, most insightful aphorism ever conceived.
Infinitely Varied Projections Descend Upon the Rose Art Museum
No two experiences are the same in Sarah Sze’s 'Timekeeper' installation at Brandeis.
Here's What Happens When You Expose Photos to Nuclear Radiation
Tech devices get melted back into Earth, photos get exposed to radiation, and plants exist in suspended animation in Julian Charrière’s ‘Freeze, Memory.’
A Florida Artist Is Filling Hourglasses with the Dust of a Minimum Wage Salary
Representations of labor and time are ground into dust in Agustina Woodgate’s show, 'Power-Line.'
Explore a Car Crash Suspended in Time in this Short Film
The CG wizards at the ArtFx production freeze time in the midst of a brutal car accident.
New 'Moss Clocks' Change with the Times
There's one for every season.
Photos Taken Over Three Decades Show How 12 Couples' Relationships Changed Over Time
Photographer Barbara Davatz took portraits of people who communicate a world view through their appearance as a pair.