Behind in place, Later than in time

The beginning and the end can not be changed, but the in between can change the end. For the before, you are the responsible ones; for the after, we share responsibility. But what is this, this situation we find ourselves in? How can we document these changes? Behind in Place, Later than in Time is an experiment to see if it is possible to document the changes that occur in an audience member during a performance. Before and after images are increasingly present in our day to day, encouraging us to accept that the after is always better than the before. But what if we could use this before and after method to trace the in between?

13 06 2019 13:30—14:30
Where X10 Theatre