Our perception of movement and events feel very real and concrete to ourselves. But Einstein had a different theory about the relationship between time and space. Our perception of objects over time are not as objective as we may think.
According to the theory of relativity, relation in space and time can be manipulated; hence there is no such thing as a true or absolute perspective. People move at different speeds while the speed of light (which carries visual information to our senses) is constant. To obey the laws of physics, relation of objects in spacetime is warped and skewed depending on the viewer.
To explore this distortion of spacetime, I captured video footage of a red kite and manipulated, mapped out, and connected its movement. Through visuals and short explanations on the theory of relativity, Relation explores the complex relationship between time and space.