“Time Interval” is a set of table clock and two candlesticks: time and flame in one composition. The clock is running out, the candles are burning out, but in the global sense of the words “time” and “flame”, they last forever.
The idea to combine time and candle flame in one item was not a coincidence. Time is like something incomprehensible and inexorable, but inherently present next to a person. A candle is like an eternal companion of man on the road of life. Illumination. Hope. A symbol of the human soul, its inner strength. Souls, which, like a candle flame, can either flare up, light up and burn for a long time, then start to fade out, go out, until burning out completely in due time.
What could be more enigmatic and mysterious than the quiet clock tickig in the flickering of candles? When it is possible to stay alone with yourself and think about the most intimate. It is precisely this state of contemplation of one’s life that the authors of the “Time Interval” composition skillfully convey, breathing a particle of their soul into this work.