A cacophonic "One!" jumps from inside "Relativity I," a white minimalist cube sitting in the middle of the farthest occupied room in the mill. Painted black on the inside, the viewer enters the dark cube to hear a recording of 99 of Curtis's friends count out their estimations of a minute. There is an overwhelming moment when many of the voices drop out, presumably around a true minute, but others ramble on. Eventually a single woman is left to count out about 10 seconds alone, her minute lasting about three.

Annie Larmon can be reached ataglarmon@gmail.com.

"TIME" | Interactive mixed-media installation by Amy Stacey Curtis | through October 28 | at North Dam Mill, 2 Main St, Biddeford | 207.229.3560

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