The time changed last night. The end of Daylight Savings Time is my favorite holiday because it creates more night. And if you’re staying at a motel, you get a free hour. Changing the clocks should be the biggest holiday of all because it’s a glorious reminder that if we can rearrange time, we can do whatever we want: Reorganize the alphabet. Invent new colors. Add more days to the week. Replace money with hugs. While we’re at it, let’s turn the clocks back to a Saturday night in 1977 and write a different future. It’s such a beautiful thing, to collectively tinker with our fictions and rules.

Leyland Kirby’s ongoing series as The Caretaker uses deeply reverberated ballroom songs from the 1930s as a departure point for a sprawling investigation into the nature of memory, time, and age that flickers between haunted nostalgia and moments of pure sonic heartbreak.

The Caretaker – Misplaced in Time

Everywhere at the End of Time, 2016 | More information
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