Julie Rafalski


Mies van der Rohe's Neue Nationalgalerie

Today I encountered the term "post-time", which, according to curator Bob Nickas "signifies more than what comes after; it can be thought of as a filter through which one looks back and simultaneously ahead."

If an important historical or cultural event happens, it not only influences events afterwards, it also causes past events to be reinterpreted and can even change the rules of the game. This would mean that what we create now might be interpreted slightly differently than how it is today, just as things from the past take on new meanings today.