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In her ongoing research on the “Irreversible Moment” Jenny Brockmann is searching for the reason behind fundamental structural and spatial changes, or the transformation of bodies in space. Further, she enquires about the socio-political significance of the “Irreversible Moment” . When and how do social, ecological and economical irreversible turning points occur? And is it possible to find new ways in which to confront the “Irreversible Moment” ?
Among other things, Brockmann searches for forms of visualization and thus also for intellectual approaches to this point of no return, i.e. the point from which there can be no going back, the moment in a process that leads to something never again being as it was before.
It is a work emerging from cooperation between interdisciplinary experts from e.g. the fields of chemistry, physics, dance, and music.