Major changes are often deeply rooted in the past. We won’t see the effect of our deeds until much later. To see into the future, we have to look to the past. What we leave behind is like a time lapse, a cinematic portrait of time. What lives on, what is lost? What do we leave behind and what do we bring along? In this visually strong physical show, featuring 16 talented Mime players and performers, Davy Pieters allows us to zoom in and zoom out on the endless chain of big events and minute actions. A chain that continues across the generations and that defines our perspective on the world. Christiaan Verbeek composes the score: a cinematic mix of acoustic sounds and analogue synth. Visually strong, physical shows Davy Pieters (1988) completed the Theatre Director course at the Maastricht Institute of Performing Arts. Over the past few years she has developed a uniquely personal style that is instantly recognisable. Her work explores how humans are influenced by technological developments and the (visual) culture we live in. Pieters transforms her findings into physical, cinematic, and visually strong performances that are a playful mix of different media and genres such as television, film, visual art, games, and science fiction.