Questioning perceptions of everyday experiences, the theatre instigates a conversation about image, identity and storytelling in a secular world. The exploration of the somewhat forgotten art of memory led to an architecture that uses the image of the observer to tell a personal and inquisitive story. Utilising digital technology to instantaneously document events and create delays, it aided in describing the human memory, in ways that reflect its continual mutability. The meanings and narratives that were set in stone and glass in a bygone era are thereby given a new dynamic context.
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