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Pace Investigations No. 6.3 | Sandrine Schaefer
A yearlong art action that occurs during twilight hours on the equinoxes and solstices for a calendar year.
In the 1850’s The Waltham Watch Company developed machinery that produced interchangeable parts. This influenced the mass production of timepieces on an international scale and consequently privileged a shared time consciousness still felt today. Pace Investigations No. 6 is a yearlong performance artwork that explores Waltham's role in the mass synchronization of mechanical time, considers pre-colonial understandings of time buried by Industrialization, and proposes ways time might beView more
This event is a come and go experience that occurs during twilight hours only (5:12-6:46 AM & 6:57-8:32 PM EST) along a public outdoor pathway along the Waltham Watch Factory Riverwalk in Waltham, MA. The audience is welcome to arrive and leave at any point. Please advise that there is no seating.
This event is free and open to the public.
Additional time info:
This event is a come and go experience that occurs during twilight hours only- 5:12-6:46 AM & 6:57-8:32 PM EST
The public pathway behind Watch Factory Lofts at 185 Crescent St, Waltham, MA 02453