The aim of this thesis project is to depict the emotional fluidity of time. Using limited visual parameters, the work describes varying emotions and the way that they influence time perception. The project acknowledges that time is subjective and can be described in many ways and as such, should not necessarily be represented through a constant tick. It argues that emotions mould that tick. Time could stop when faced with joy, speed up when confronted with entertainment, slow when opposed to sadness and disappear when accosted by a pensive state; or perhaps it could do the opposite.