Fragile Temporalities is an explorative web-based project around the progression of aging and the passing of time. The work centers around a fifty-two-minute, black-and-white film of a singular balloon deflating from an expanded state. The film is one, long take and explores the condition of ephemerality by capturing the life of the balloon from a painstakingly slow and overlooked narrative. The subject is placed in the corner of the room blending into the paint of the environment. The film captures the frequent and common sound of pedestrian footsteps and indistinguishable conversations passed from person to person. Juxtaposed with the slow deflation of the balloon, the banal sounds of everyday life come and go exemplify the monotony of aging.