Public projects that use performance, objects, sound, ritual and enactment to press Pause on the everydayness of a given space, interrupting space in time.
These projects are both subtle and abrupt. Taking people involved out of the expected. Introducing difference, deep newness and collective improvisation. Revealing new narratives, histories and ideas. Within the work Pause becomes Play and the process leaves a trace of itself in us, in the way we think and now do.These projects consider ideas of embodied knowledge and notions of public space that is inspired by the movement of water.