Altered states of attention – such as dream-states and hypnotic states – offer a different and broader understanding of vision: by blurring or distorting the boundaries of time, bodies, thoughts, memories, spaces, sensations and images, dreams and so-called hallucinations participate in a perceptive experience that explodes the norms we are accustomed to. These experiences disrupt the hierarchies of perspective and its domestication of the gaze, and allow for more porous and plural experiences of vision. mountains grow unnoticed is a performance that will question how visions happen in the midst of things. In the work process we will look at how our rhythms of attention affect vision. We will consider seeing as a question of time. Can rhythm give access to other ways of seeing and relating with what we see?