The project entitled Overtime constructs an inversion of the reality experienced in the underground of the metro. The jury greatly appreciated this idea, which responds to the need, often expressed by users, to maintain contact with the sky and with the outside world in the very interior underground spaces of the metro. By contributing to a feeling of security, knowing that the pandemic has considerably increased the anxiety of many passengers, it is a relatively simple solution to a complex problem. The optical illusion would allow us to live with the rhythm of the seasons while offering windows that would allow us to leave our phones behind for a few moments. Temporality is only solved in a space where time is indifferent, because there is no notion of time in a subway. The world can even appear upside down, and the sky can light up the subway. The jury also noted that this idea would not disrupt the normal activities of public transportation and that its apparent technical complexity is now based on perfectly mastered technologies.
(From jury report)