Threethousandsixhundredseconds



image: Joris Perdieus


A performance piece contemplating on  physical and mental awareness,
stretching time-perception, exploring movement and the image-driven overload
that numbs our conciouness.

“Over the timespan of an hour, the performer sets a table, moving exhaustingly slow she generates a certain shift in perception within the spectators experience…the setting baths in the flashing light of a fast-edited series of pictures that explode of a television screen that is turned towards the performer: away from the spectators…after a while the reflective objects on the table slowly reveal the images content…

Credits: 
concept and performance: Evelien Cammaert. Thanks to: Vonk Ateliers, Joris Perdieus








images: Joris Perdieus