This is the documentation of my final work for a paper in second year of my Visual Arts Bachelor.
'Synchronise Me' emerged from an extensive conversation surrounding movement and sound in order to explore ideas around breath. My intention was to capture the essence of breath and with it alter a space, in order to create consciousness in respect to breathing. I was looking into emphasizing that continuous action that marks each day into personalized seconds. To at least for a moment make way for awareness in the audiences experience with their own breathing and simultaneously fall in sync with the work. By modifying a space where the audience could be a part of rather than look from the outside in on, I opened the doors into a deeper experience. Where not noticing the air entering and leaving their bodies becomes almost impossible, and the choice of breathing together or alone rises before them.