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Schrödinger by Reckless Sleepers
In 1933 Erwin Schrödinger won the Nobel Prize for his contribution to Quantum Mechanics. He theorized a box in which a cat exists as living and dead at the same time. In 1998 Reckless Sleepers built that box - and now over a decade later, they are climbing back inside. In one of the company's most celebrated performance pieces the impossible is probable, and truth and illusion are inseparable. Laws are made, bent and then broken.
Schrödinger is a visually mesmerizing performance that sways between question and answer, chaos and order, what we can measure and what we cannot.