n 0 time is the amount of time that none of us have. n 0 time always grows, especially in a new world of globalized network communication, in which time zones become meaningless and the most important asset is no longer time, but attention.
The n 0 time screen saver runs on an idle computer, constantly contributing that computer's amount of wasted time to our central n 0 time database. Screen-saving participants contribute their own n 0 time to either their very own n 0 time bodies, or those of other people. This is called "n 0 time-sharing." Measure how long you have been away from your computer by watching how much denser the n 0 time body has grown.
When a noTime body implodes, all participants are notified by the imploading screen saver via email.
- PAÇO DAS ARTES, Universidade de São Paulo (USP), São Paulo, Brazil, August 2002
- Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Oklahoma City, OK, September 4th – November 2002
- Savannah College of Art and Design, Atlanta (formerly the Atlanta College of Art), Atlanta, GA, October 11th – November 25th, 2001
- The Contemporary Austin (Formerly the Austin Museum of Art), Austin, TX, July 20th – September 18th, 2001
- Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA, May 5th – June 30th, 2001
- Telematic Connections: the Virtual Embrace, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA, February 7th – March 24th, 2001