This weekend on the 26th & 27th of June 202, Reza Mirabi's Master Presentation 'Time Will Tell' will take place at DAS Graduate School.

Read more about 'Time Will Tell' below.

About 'Time Will Tell'
‘Time Will Tell’ is a choreographic research into storytelling.

It takes the form of a conversation unfolding between 3 figures that are meeting in their deviance to time: Nawal, a pigeon that moves backwards in time, Moj, a wave that by meeting the shore over and over again slowly carves a threshold into the now, and Zamin, soil, and ground, who just cannot understand the clock and so lives forever in cosmic time.

About Reza Mirabi

Over the last 3 years during his studies at DAS Choreography, Reza Mirabi has been researching practices of listening as choreographic processes.

How can we choreograph new ways of listening? Through which practices can we listen to movement? And how can we eventually harmonize and co-compose with our surroundings, with each other? What are the political and aesthetic connotations of listening today? How can listening allow us to be moved by the unheard?

In keeping with the idea of listening as a choreographic process, the work will have an echo that will be broadcasted by the Amsterdam art radio jajajaneeneenee on the 9th of July at 20:00. At the same time there will also be a listening session organised at DAS. If you would like to attend the listening session, contact Reza Mirabi: The roadio boadcast will be available through jajajaneeneenee at