We live in an age where things are moving ever faster. We have a technological pressure to move forward, only to move forward, but without any concrete objective. The continuous movement has flooded wide areas of everyday existence.
Attention has become a scarce resource because the speed of stimuli cuts the mental time necessary to fully assess them and act accordingly. It is now, but the here is uncertain. We want to humbly suggest recovering our own moment and our own chronology with its cycles and physical space.
The proposal works on the exploration of cycles and our relationship with time. A work designed as an invitation to a trip that orders to reduce the speed to have the time for contemplation.