I attempted the very basic idea of how the live performance would be executed. The gesture is simple, the performer holding a loaf of baguette, breaking it bit by bit and 'feeding' it to an empty fishbowl below him. The sound of the bread hitting the water surface is interesting, one that I did not quite expect. There is a sense of bliss from the plinks, but also a sense of danger if the impact were to be human vs solid ground. The bread instantly turns soggy, not only suggesting an image of a school of animals in the bowl, but also slowyl saturating the clear color of the water. 

The performer will be standing on top of the parapet, created from the carton boxes, hence he will be vertically upright and higher in relation to the landscape of the exhibition site. He will be a monument, a clear indication of a constructed reality- a person about to jump. 

The texture of the structure is surprisingly soft, that I am expecting because of the duration of the performance, there will be some sort of indentation of the performer's foot prints on the very surface he is standing on- over time, it creates a sculptural residue of the live action. 

came across this short video on youtube of 聲の形's segments that inspired this whole project: