Stop, now Move
Stop, Now Move – is a project that sprung out of a phenomenon that we witness on a daily basis, which is the Vehicle | Pedestrian relationship near traffic lights in the city, digging deep into its factors: time, movement, and risk.
Located in the heart of the city and in a street that became one of the busiest, most visited areas, this project adapts to the liveliness by being an experimental performance space that puts the visitors in one of two scenarios:
Observer | Performer —depending on the spot they inhabit in the project under certain conditions. With the help of advanced sound and lighting effects the space turns into a show, or a series of shows that grow exponentially starting from the balconies of adjacent buildings reaching the visitors among themselves. In our modern times this space could be described as a “Flashmob”, or a sudden unplanned scenario.