A waiting room containing furniture of the past: shelved books, dried flowers, windows facing west, antiques, old photographs and paintings, lamplight, miscellaneous articles, complicated space – this is where it begins.
How do we measure time? Do we really have an accurate body clock? When does time fly? When does time drag? ‘180’ is a performance that explores these questions. Combining live art, theatre and participatory actions, ‘180’ invites audiences of between one and six at a time to experience their own unique performances chosen from a menu. Call in for a quick taste or feast on as many pieces as you like.
‘180’ explores Henri Bergson’s assertion that time and duration are two distinct forms; clock-measured time being homogeneous, and duration being succession without distinction.