What is the breath of endlessness? What is the extent of continuity? Is it repetitive in the sense of being boundless and at the same time holds the potential of an abrupt or a gradual minimal kernel of difference? The repetition is at once the nature of our being and also the outcome of our becoming. There is a play of presence, absence, and the infinite in-between states, not necessarily in its physicality but also in various intangible forms. Everything appears static as an image but yet beholds movement. The exhibition looks through diverse forms of endlessness and continuity within a wide range of practices. A state of mind, a feeling, a gesture, an act or a response, a behavior, or an experience, all have a movement that could either be linear and directional, cyclical or temporal. It encapsulates varied logics within various contexts that are manifested naturally, instinctually, intentionally, by chance, or spontaneously. Ideas, thoughts, concerns, and processes are instigated within the realm of formalistic, aesthetic, perceptible, philosophical, psychological, ideological, social, political, and cultural contexts. They might persistently breathe as curiosities or unresolved tensions and inquiries, where there is a constant effort one is trying to make sense of. Their relationship to the 'doing' and the realized form of their 'doing' are in a perennial state of suspension.