The basic structure of the piece is simple: an algorithm alternatingly records sounds from either side of the building, reduces their temporal information, and injects it to one of the speakers on the opposite side. Each time, a new sound fragment becomes available, the four channels on the corresponding side of projection are passed onto their neighbouring speakers, dropping the oldest fragment and making room for the new fragment. At one time, one thus synchronously perceives the formerly temporal sequence of four snapshots from the opposite side. The gallery space itself is skipped, sounds leap from one side to the other side of the building, as if two instances communicate with each other across a sleeping body.
The reduction of temporal information is an adaption of the process used in a different sound installation, Accel/Zero-Phase (2016), where sound recordings from a particular spaces had been moved into anther space and subjected to a minimum phase filter, turning temporal articulations into a form of constant reverberation.