Plaza de los Fueros
ESTADOS ALTERADOS DE TEMPO
Time is a concept deeply ingrained in us from birth. Our lives are organized into structured sections of temporal structures that give us a beginning and an end. This installation explores the perception of time in a sensorial sense, confronting the collective and personal perception of time.
Playing through movement and shadows, the former is presented as a new unit of media while the latter, as its representation. The light personifies a public speaker who without voice merely communicates through time and rhythm, inviting the audience to be part of a sensorial and perceptual game. The tempo speeds up or slows down objectively, trying to mark its structure in the subjectivity of the spectator.
A work designed as an invitation to a journey that orders to slow down to have
time for contemplation.