Thursday, October 26, 2006

Shifts in Traces

'Time appears to pass at different rates because our experience of its passing involves not a single but two dynamic processes which are opposed to each other: as accumulation and dissipation. The deeper the experience of a moment, the greater the accumulation of experience. This is why the moment is lived as longer. The dissipation of the time flow is checked. The lived duree is not a question of length but of depth or density.' John Berger

by Alexandra Waierstall

Noema Dance Works

performed in Cyprus, Greece (Mediterranean Festival) and Germany (Arena 05)

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