In the medical context Aion was a name for the spinal cord (as the lifeblood)
Heraclitus says: “Aion is a boy who plays the board pieces back and forth continously. A boy owns the kingdom”
With the game here is meant the succession of cyclical periods (days, seasons, world age). The game ends, the stones are reorganized and a new cycle begins.
In contrast to the use in Heraclitus, the term appears in Plato’s Timaeus 37d in not as a designation of a cycle, but as opposite and contrast the cyclic advance of time (Chronos). The sky with the movement cycles of the heavenly bodies and spheres is a symbol of eternity, but not eternity (Aion) itself.
direction: Roger Rossell and Stephanie Scheubeck
idea: Stephanie Scheubeck/ The Psychonautic Vibrogroove
concept: Roger Rossell
choreography: Stephanie Scheubeck
performance: Stephanie Scheubeck
camera: Roger Rossell
editing: Roger Rossell
music: Michael Steffensky/ The Psychonautic Vibrogroove
mastering: Ferdinand Kumpfmüller, Sebastian Völkers/ The Psychonautic Vibrogroove
year of production: 2014