Inside the Chronopod
Helsinki Time-Capsule Art-Event: A Conceptual Voyage into the Future from NOW / Kuusiluoto Island, October 4 2003
- Chinese image from Eric Nelson (Zhang Huang, Diagram of the Supreme Ultimate,
from the Compendium of Diagrams, woodblock-printed book, ink on paper, 26.3 x 15.5 cm, Ming dynasty, Tianqui reign, 1623
- Piece of lava cinder, and dried bamboo leave from the Japanese Garden in the Philosophy Department, Graham Parkes, University of Hawaii
- Piece of bark from Chris Drury, Lewes
- Poem from Annie Relph, Oxford
- Now, Now, (Now): Chapter from John Llewelyn, Edinburgh
- Essay on Empire by John Protevi, Baton Rouge
- A wish for Peace from Anne O'Byrne, New York
- Words and painting (Dosso Dossi on Butterflies) from Paul Hills
- Gary Snyder, Walt Whitman and Gerard Manley Hopkins: Four Poems
- Page of signatures of participants
- An empty bottle of champagne plus glasses?
- Diagram of the history of the universe, from the Big Bang, with now point.
- Saturday paper from Helsinki
- One stopped watch - crushed
- One clock going strong
- Polaroid shot of event and people
- Breath Trap, photographic image from Joanna Hallsten
- Assessments of the ecological state of the world, of the US, of Finland, especially deforestation.
- Sea-shell from Turkey
- Image of painting ("A moment of Perfect Balance") by Gina Zavota
- Obituary of Edward Said
- Commemorative notice for Mary Interlandi (from her grandfather, John Compton).
- Art Booklet, Hanna Johannson
- Copy of James Hamilton's promise to send something.
- Kristian Klockars tiny piece of quartz in memory of his uncle
- Lauri Anttila, Art Catalog 2003
- Two seasonal images of two benches ["The cycle of the seasons will go on and on and on and on"] from Yrjo Havila and Marketta Seppala
- Imagine Peace, Yoko Ono Lennon, from Marketta Seppala, FRAME
- Copy of Helsinki "This Week" [ Sept-Oct 2003]
- Copy of newspaper with yesterday's football results
- This List
Missing from the capsule:
32. One-time-only, 'very volatile' MD sound recording of 'fugitive syncopations' - to hear it is to erase it. By Rob Stone (27.9.03) (Arrived too late.) Documentary image appears on this website only!