A glimpse at time

Time is difficult to talk about – the show’s cumbersome title, Life Time: Biological clocks of the universe, is proof enough of that. Even the gallery’s lucid handout by William Myers, a curator based in Amsterdam, labours under the title “A Non-Circadian Cadence”. But the show itself does much better, embracing a wide swathe of temporal landscape, from the universal to the personal and from the cellular to the geological.

Visiting MU Artspace, Eindhoven for New Scientist, 20 January 2018