The content of the memory is a mere function of the speed of forget. - Norman E. Spear
This is an interactive installation that consists of an unsewing machine which gets activated through sighs emitted by visitors. When at work, the unsewing process can reach up to 30 meters of woven fabric.
The installation's name is "Intemporal" (atemporal) and every time that a stitch gets unsewed, a key moment happens, for the final piece is developed by means of irreversible physical change. Hence, the spectator becomes responsible for the creation of it.
Every visitor is encouraged to sigh, because this type of breathing (a profound and prolonged air intake, followed by an exhalation) can be provoked at the moment of experiencing an emotional change, whichever this may be. What it's sought is to reflect on the duration of the experience in front of the installation, not only on a quantitative perspective, but also qualitative.