Izah and Juneer will lead a a discussion with participating artists and visitors, followed by a group shaking session to conclude the project romansusan.org/a-hiccup-in-time
Given the current crisis of the coronavirus pandemic – time is like molasses flowing both fast and slow. For many of us we can not partake in certain rituals that helped us navigate situations and instances of time. Given the upheaval and the global tragedy that is on-going – time is moving fast.
Relevance of the past, in what we ground our present and uncertainty of the future – real and relevant time has become molasses.
Interrupt it, regurgitate it, and come up with something new, a hiccup.