Pas le temps d’être triste challenges the hierarchy of emotions and brings attention to the dramaturgy of space.
Time is approached as an activator to create a space of thinking wherein various circulations of and between multiple elements and parameters take place.
With Arrhythmia, dissonance, and displacement, a space for let-it-go, contemplation and immaterial might appear.
Pas le temps d’être triste creates zones where physical and emotional movements can intertwine within, between, and in-between the explicit, the implicit, and the tacit.
Pas le temps d’être triste (No time to be sad) is in/of movements, searches for temporal zones of spatial hesitation, can be a statement, a comment, a goal, a regret, calls for dis-, inter-, mis-articulating the processes between automation and emotion.