To Move (To Be) was inspired by Eadweard Muybridge's photographic studies of movement. When we move, we bend and fold our bodies: movement involves the unfolding of time, and the unfolding of bodies in time. If identity is acquired through phenomenological experience, rooted in the body’s physical encounters with the world, one moves and therefore one is. It is through the body that meaning is generated. Each publication compiles two hundred frames which, instead of appearing one after the other and disappearing, exist simultaneously as an object.