I think that this is Tara Donovan
A calendar made from tea, one cup per day.
You’ve got a lot of saliva in your mouth, it’s not a good thing to share with your friends.
|—||The Hyper-Verbal Toddler|
The exhibit provides material lessons in how plastic the idea of time has been. To North American Indians, time had no beginning or end. To early farmers, time was simply cyclical, marked by the seasons. With the rise of cities in the 14th century, time was increasingly seen as an unstoppable line, a finite entity that was not to be wasted.
from Pages out of Time an article about the exhibit Time & Time Again: How Science and Culture Shape the Past, Present, and Future
Josh Ritter - Lantern
Wuh, wuh, wuh. W starts with D.
The Hyper-Verbal Toddler
(aka the appropriately verbal, yet still inordinately clever, almost pre-schooler)