A series of endurance experiments
In collaboration with Dafne Louzioti (Gr/UK)
Located between psychogeography, macro drawing and dance, Assassinating Time provides a series of publications to experience mediated transcriptions that hope to evoke a sense of journey. Publications document actions:
Collapsing Time is a multiple creative edit of all textual documents we had collected during the experiments and designed for creative reading.
12h South is a drawing and written document consisting of a map, a walked line and a textual account of the action. Action took us south over the course of 41.5km in 12h from Liverpool Street Station in London to Salfords by Gatwick airport, UK.
12h Waiting is a photographic, drawing and written document of the 12h waiting action at the Liverpool Street Station central hall from 7am to 7pm.
24h Waiting is a photographic, drawing and written document of a 24h waiting action at the end of a pier in Piso Livadi, Paros, Greece from 1pm to 1pm the next day.
Remote Experiment #1: Waiting–4–hours is a photographic, drawing and written document of a 4h simultaneous waiting action in two different locations. Dafne waited outside the Arabic bank in Ramallah, Palestine and Metod outside the Bank of England in the City of London, UK.
Remote Experiment #2: Circling–4–hours is a photographic, drawing and written document of a 4h simultaneous slow-motion circling action in two different locations. Dafne circled on Omonia Square in Athens, Greece and Metod on Trafalgar Square in London, UK.
Remote Experiment #3: Going–4–Hours is a photographic, drawing and written document of a 4h simultaneous walking action in two different locations and directions. Dafne has walked towards the of north–east in Athens, Greece and Metod towards the south–west in London, UK.