Through playful storytelling, guided instruction, and original music, participants explore the history of the cosmos, uncertainty, and the social questions raised by the 2016 election, all through the rich frameworks of particle physics. Heisenberg asks: if we don’t know what’s coming, how do we live? And: if we don’t know each other, how do we live together? The piece is at once a poetic exploration of physics, an experiment in the limits of empathy, and a game.
Fri, May 17Check-in @ 4:30pm | Game starts @ 5pmRed Square, UW (4063 Spokane Ln, Seattle, WA 98105) Sat, May 18Check-in @ 10:30am | Game starts @ 11amSeneca Plaza, Freeway Park (900 Seneca St, Seattle, WA 98101)
65 minSilent disco headphones provided for participants. Please arrive early for check-in. All ages (child-friendly).