The fourth movement explores the temporal relationship between arrangements and re-arrangements, addressing the question of how an obdurate and ‘sticky’ temporal order may give way to palpable re-arrangement of the ways in which subjects experience time. Eschewing a concern with linear homogenous time, it addresses the processes of re-arrangement by understanding the dynamics of grave events, hauntings of the past, subtly changing rhythms of everyday life, and the force of potential futures in synchrony.
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The Re-Arrangements Collective, Fabien Cante, Ajmal Hussain, Timo Makori, Surer Qassim Mohamed, Alana Osbourne, Francesca Pilo', Kavita Ramakrishnan, AbdouMaliq Simone, Rike Sitas & Adeem Suhail
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