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Sakamoto is looking for ways to abandon our linear conception of time and rhythm. He also wants to make music in a different sense of time, or even without it. In TIME, there is no central tempo, but it is determined by two Japanese performers; an experimental dancer and a well-known sho player (a Japanese mouth organ). With the impressive gasholder as a backdrop.