Time as a constraint in exercises has opened up many possibilities to explore new understandings of what a performance can be.
Obviously time will be dominant when the exercise should be performed within a certain time restriction, such as in the exercises where you are asked to put on the alarm and do a certain task within a certain time limit or in the derivé exercise "walk for an hour with no purpose. Let yourself be disturbed."
Time will also perform very differently if you are asked to do something very slow, as using 15 minutes to write your name, or on the contrary, that you are asked to do all the exercises in 6 minutes. In this last case, it is not possible to perform the exercise as such.
Perhaps what surprised me most of this performative agent is how there are so many unused potentials in time, which I have not explored in these exercises. Examples on this could be a long durational exercise, an exercise that should be done repeatadly, or at a specific time.