Rude Mechs presents Not Every Mountain
Using a string, cardboard and magnets, Not Every Mountain is a collective effort of making and unmaking a series of interlocking mountain ranges. Watch minutes, or perhaps centuries, unfold, as mountains rise and fall, clouds dance, birds alight and depart, and a moon delicately hangs overhead. Not Every Mountain is a joyous and poignant meditation on the fleetingness of time and the many lives of rocks, underscored by a poetic recitation - or perhaps a spiritual incantation.
The performances April 17-20 are part of the Fusebox Festival.