In
The
Lastmaker,
the
audience
sits
on
two
opposite
sides.
In-between
a
performance
performs.
One
side
of
the
audience
sees
one
performance.
The
other
side
sees
another.
If
one
thinks
of
each
side
as
a
hand
and
the
space
between,
duration,
what
transpires?
Can
the
duration
of
a
wave
transfer
to
a
spatial
configuration
and
form
a
performance
to
say
good-bye? For
the
philosopher
Henri
Bergson,
my
duration
is
made
known
by
other
durations.
When
I
look
at
you
across
the
performance
space
and
see
you
watching
the
performers
untie
their
shoes,
I
know
your
heart
beats
at
a
different
rate
than
mine.
This
tells
me
we
will
die
at
different
times.
But,
too,
perhaps
our
beats
beat
as
the
planets
do
and
by
their
motion
encompass
the
body
of
the
sun.
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