In the performance Gideonsson/Londré explored the effects of altering their physical position into an upside-down state while writing text. How they could through that process connect the experience of time with a physical vertical strive, which takes place above and below the normal altitude where most people live. A sort of topographical time, based on a certain level of oxygen deficiency, found deep down in the peat mire and on the highest mountain peaks.
Altering their way of writing and speaking from a horizontal activity into a reversed vertical one. Carbonated water filled their cavities while they tried to breathe. Their bodies were held in an elevated state by bags of planting soil corresponding to each of their body weight.
In relation to the work, Gideonsson Londré produced a text during one week, hanging upside down, being carbonated.
2017 Kroppens kalke, Forlaget Gestus, Copenhagen