« Crooked Time » aims to depict the image of the human body as subject to an existential rupture in time. This constructed discontinuity addresses the wider fractal nature of humanity, thereby affecting the body’s appearance. « Crooked Time » consists in a dialog between image and sound, in an attempt to communicate a distorted perception of the otherwise familiar. The installation defines time as a means to alter shapes and proportions and confronts us with our own state of metamorphosis. The artist invites the viewer to stroll through different spaces in which the bodies oscillate between stillness and movement.