The Next Part
When entering the edifice of the former Riot Police barracks, we come across a clock whose face is behind the bars. The amplified sound of tick-tock reminds us of the lapse of time.
Space and time are axioms and we cannot exist without them. Time never stops, and occurrences that happen in it are irreversible. Space, in turn, is based on three dimensions: longitude, latitude and altitude. It seems that it can be broken, divided up or limited. The law provides for limiting one’s freedom of space should this person commit certain “prohibited acts.” Since the Polish law fortunately does not allow for capital punishment, it cannot provide for limiting the culprit’s time.