Azal is a time-study interactive installation which consists of objects acting as time passage recorders. The installation consists of dyed liquid carefully poured inside of the pottery cups. The process of the ink bleeding through the cup ensures that the process is lengthily and active part of the art piece, and it also ensures that no two cups are identical- different pattern emerge from the ink seeping in the cup. Each final cup incapsulate a moment of time acting as an archive of that period, the object becomes a time recording piece. The audience can interact with the pieces and observe the manifestation of time in physical form. The installation highlights how time is completely tangible in this experience. Moving beyond the idea of times a an instinctive knowledge this installation highlights how time can be observed. Time becomes physical.