INSIDE took place in a room set inside a theatre in the centre of the city.
A simple series of movements showing our daily return home was uniformly repeated by 30 performers in countless combinations and superimpositions.
Six hours on stage with no beginning, middle or end.
The theatre doors opened every day at 17.30 and closed at 23.30. The stage action began before visitors came in, and continued after they left.
Visitors could watch as much as they liked, sit wherever they liked, exit and re-enter as many times as they liked.
INSIDE treated the theatre as an exhibition space and the work as an exhibit, and invited audiences to act as visitors, watching the action as if gazing at a landscape.
Pallas Theatre, Athens, Greece
Open to the public for 20 days