“In-flux” animation is a construction aiming at perception of the undergone time slot. The animation consist of colums with totem-like forms, hourglasses, balls and the sounds of breathing and together they bring a spiritual domain in which we reflect our inner world on the one hand and the time within us on the other. The breath, of which non-recurrence, not recurrence, is worrying, is, no doubt a sign of the synchronizer of the living body. It causes to feel how we perceive the life and the time in our minds. Even though frequent and jerky breath is the expression of congestion, excitement or fear, it is the time which enables us to perceive the affliction or pleasure of this. The time which appears to us short when we are in panic, and long when we are in annoyance, turns out light and brings about satisfaction when we are in peace. The perception of the spaces and occasions in that particular time spatializes these definitions. This is the internal effort of the (post)modern person to individualize him/herself in accordance with the time and space –a spatial perception of how we internalize this in-ternal time during this period.