In Tempus Fugit, the Toula Limnaios Company explores the concept of time and the pursuit of happiness for humankind who, according to Nietzsche, has neither past nor future. Seven dancers occupy the stage, moving continuously as a flowing unit, giving the impression of an all-engulfing tide. The shared movement of the dance is at times broken by the emergence of individuality.
The group of dancers embodies our agitated and breathless fight against time. Together, almost as a horde, they resemble a muscle through their overabundance of vitality and solidarity. Showcasing the contrast between group and identity, the piece is centered around power and momentum. As a microcosm, Tempus Fugit delivers us from isolation by unleashing a new power.