In the world of children, nothing is obvious, no object has a single function, pre-defined and unchangeable. Time doesn’t exist, it doesn’t have any meaning. Nobody counts the passing of time. Often, the essence of objects is random; not infrequently, however, such essence has its own perfect logic, which is sometimes inaccessible to us as adults. Everything is relative. Everything is fluid. Everything can happen because children explore, study and experiment. They disassemble objects like they want them to decompose into atoms. They construct and deconstruct. They create things just so they can destroy them. It’s as if every day, every hour, every moment they create an alternative reality; only it’s not quantum physics – it’s everyday reality seen by children with fascination and curiosity. The thing is that these little big inventors create entire worlds, but these worlds aren’t abstract – they are parallel, and they exist here and now.
Live music performance.