”Hurdle 15” is an experiment where human physical and psychic capacity is put to a decisive test: what happens to a human being when the everyday 24 hours are compressed to 15 minutes? What significance to Man which could have 96 active days of production in 24 hours or 35040 days in a year – including cooking, diaper changing, morning traffic, work, meetings, leisure and quality family time?
Neander Teater in cooperation with NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) and IHS (Institute for Human Sustainability) conduct this experiment, the significance of which is expected to be nothing short of Armstrong’s setting foot on the Moon.
A top tuned team of talents – headed by crazy, Iceland born, comedian and body artist Kristján Ingimarsson – participates in this experiment researching into and challenging time at the border of the unattainable. No participants will be harmed in the course of this harmless experiment.
”…Houston!? We have a problem…”