It is said that ‘the world is rushing breathlessly’, there is ubiquitous hustle and bustle of people running ‘no-one knows where’. It appears that in such a peculiar way the modernity interprets Heraclitus’ panto rhei. The city becomes a visible manifestation of this idea.
When stopping for a while at busy crossroads in a big city, we see always new people passing by, hundreds of cars, tramways (…). Panto rhei is a ‘circular’film screened in the city space which shows traffic, crowds of people – all this interpreted using the play of accelerating and slowing down images, movement articulation, flow, changeability.