A woman is sitting in front of a table in a plain room. An inquisitive voice coming from a speaker asks her questions. The woman's answers don’t seem to always match the questions. Her blurred memories emerge, become vivid and then disappear again. The dialogue follows antiparallel lines, sometimes seems to match and then goes back into following different directions. This piece brings the audience in a journey exploring the themes of stream of consciousness, memory, denial, fragmentation, forced communication, confinement, rejection of society and identity.

Where the hourglass stops

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