Alone on stage, Andrea invites the audience to consider her body and consider physical and virtual space.
In-time explores how we look and imagine while searching for what is hidden and for what we want to see; it exposes the body's vulnerability, and isolates and intensifies the audience's anxiety in looking.
What do we risk when exposing ourselves to the imagination of others? This is an act both of confrontation and of surrender. The body, balanced between stillness and expression, confronts the audience with its vulnerability and its control, measured by breath.
This moment allows audience and performer to encounter each other in time, both experiencing the limits and possibilities of the other, mediated by fantasy and imagination.