The installation brings together works in different media which explore various aspects of the perception of time and space. Two digital animated video essays function as center pieces of the installation. The videos are projected on double-sided screens so that they are visible from two sides. The screens are hanging from the ceiling with bungee cords. On the bottom of each screen hangs a small object - a red sphere and a black cube- as a weight. For each video, I built a specific seating environment referring to the respective pictorial imagery. The video Time is mainly displays an animated sunrise/sunset over the ocean with a red sun disk and a red clock that spins, psychedelically changes shape, merges and divides. The seats, round pouches on lazy susans, cite the spinning red disk of the clock and the sun. To watch the video Space is, viewers sit on small mdf cabinets with doors, as the imagery of the video mostly depicts opening doors and cubes. The videos are accompanied by several other works in different media picking up conceptual and pictorial elements of the videos and are installed on the wall or displayed on or in the seating cabinets, which also function as pedestals and display.