I'm desperate for a stopTime button. One that allows me to stop the rhythm of the world so I can go at my own pulse without feeling that I'm running out of time.
I feel delayed. I feel behind. I feel pressed against the clock.
Survey. I asked some friends do if they had a stopTime button, how do they imagine it, and what do they do if they had the chance of stopping time.
Silvia: I would finish my Thesis. And it would work as a bubble. I'm inside the bubble and everything outside is blurred.
Elisa: I would go on vacation.
Jo: I imagine a red button. Like an emergency button. It also would said the risks and consequences of what could happened if it is pressed.
Ximena: The button would be grey and very very small. And I would travel around the world. Sleep would be nice as well.
Sebastian: A button with a very fancy protection that needs two keys to be activated.
Bernardo: I imagine it made of gold.
Joaquin: A very simple one. Just like your key-car remote. And I would sleep until waking up without an alarm clock.
Rocio: I imagine it as a key-car remote, and I would go to forbidden places. Big houses, for example.
Marge: I imagine a handy button that you could carry everywhere and every time needed.
I imagined producing all these designs.
//Research about every theory about stopping time or travel time in movies.
Hiroshi Sugimoto - Theatres
podría ser una vitrola. O sea, un arcade.