May 30th, 2012 | Published in News
Following the exploration of memory, today we looked at how we might transition from “present reality” into “memory” seamlessly.?I’m looking for keys in which these transitions might occur — in other words, opportunities for one shared reality to split into two (or more) states of reality. For example, if the kids start playing a video game and get sucked into that activity, it could leave the non-playing adults behind in their reality. Or in a social situation, one person could decide to withdraw into herself and the on-going monologue inside her mind, and the audience sees her split with present reality. In each of these cases, the stage is transformed from one given reality into another through the introduction of a new world — and the exercises today were meant to seek out those portals.