There are those who think their bodies don’t exist. They live by mechanical time. They rise at seven o’clock in the morning. They eat their lunch at noon and their supper at six. They arrive at their appointments on time, precisely by the clock. They make love between eight and ten at night. (...) When their stomach growls, they look at their watch to see if it is time to eat.     Einstein’s Dreams   by Alan Lightman
  By changing space, by leaving the space of one’s usual sensibilities, one enters into communication with a space that is psychically innovating ... For we do not change place, we change our nature.    — The Poetics of Space  , Gaston Bachelard
  48 hours experiment, three groups of four students, three unknown spaces — exploring alternative time.