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    “UROBOS : PROJECT TIME” is the third part of the trilogy “Story of Voyages” in search of new forms of theatre by Dževad Karahasan and Herbert Gantschacher. The element of “Time” has different meanings in different cultures, but “Time” is also a uniting factor for these cultures. From a European point of view, ARBOS asks how Europe relates with different cultures of the world. A living theatre seeks to deal with these question, and thus different musical cultures from within Europe are represented. From an American point of view EQUIPO DE TRABAJO explores the landscape of La Pampa. From an Australian point of view THE SEYMOUR GROUP works in the piece “Fire & Rain” on the story of the English colonisation of Australia. For Aboriginal people, whose lives are so closely to the land, these Western concepts of time are meaningless. As for many indigenous cultures, the seasons are marked by times of fire and times of rain. From an Asian point of view the composer JOYCE BEE TUAN KOH is in search of traditions, by definition, are long-established customs or methods of procedure. Singapore society’s relationship with time can be effectively exemplified from the architectural perspective. The landscape of the island has changed drastically through the years of urban renewal. The different segments of the project are connected with a TIMETUNNEL, which is a visual music piece “Faute de mieux” by Werner Raditschnig performed by all artists of “UROBOS : PROJECT TIME”. TIMETUNNEL connects the different pieces from the Segment Europe, America, Australia and Asia. TIMETUNNEL is the visual music piece, four different models of music runs indepedently using the principle of pulsation. "The principle of pulsation exists when the tempi of the music are not synchronised"(Werner Raditschnig). Performed by artists from America, Asia, Australia and Europe. Commissioned by Singapore Arts Festival, CEAMC Foundation, Fundacion Antorchas Buenos Aires (Argentine), The Seymour Group Sydney (Australia) and ARBOS-Company for Music and Theatre (Austria).