El Límite del tiempo (The Edge of Time)

Installation

El Límite del tiempo (The Edge of Time) is an installation comprising a text transformed into an image, the hanging jacket of an absent body and four soundtracks, each relayed through a different speaker, which recreate the space of a conversation. The narration takes it starting point from the classic science-fiction novel A Woman in the Edge of Time by Marge Piercy, continuing the dialogue between its two main characters: a woman from the present and another from the not-so-distant future. Two bodies, which are absent yet have a voice, take part in a reflection on the translation from our time to the future and from image to sound, from physical presence to absence.


Fran Meana (Avilés, 1982)

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2013

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