The project began with an eight-hour absence of practice. Inactivity is the desire to give up on action, when inside, a very intense desire for action grows. Intention to action is born in inactivity. Inactivity can be seen as one of the ways to resist inert action.
The space of inactivity formed mental routes that I recreated outwardly through walking. This is how the unarticulated experience and the chain of thought within the practice was reflected in the documentation of the walk. The walk itself is a reconstruction of the perceptual experience that took place within the inactivity. The action hung in the gap between inner and outer space.