In '60', Amos Ben-Tal examines the concept of time created by human beings.
There are countless different cultures in our world, but we all count time in the same way - in units of sixty. Yet this highly mathematical and universal construction is one of the most abstract and subjective. Each of us feels time in a different way.
With his collective OFFprojects and the dancers of ICK, Amos looks at the dualities that arise from the ritual about keeping time. Together with the public they investigate the perception and appreciation of time, in which both the personal and the collective are questioned.