"The bird awakened in bewilderment, bathing the night with sorrow, Shining with the blink of dawn, Offering tunes to the morning sky!"
In violent combats, survival instinct could swallow our bodies in dark bunkers. However, sounds of weaponry penetrate the ground to dominate ears and dreams. In this claustrophobic setting, souls crave to be embraced by the sky. From somber bunker to bright sky, the surreal experience scars memories, but expands sensational awareness beyond any political belongings and national identities. The Sky is High, But! is an audio.visual performance that spots on the existential transition from trauma to post-trauma of “the” political victim. The composition is illustrated by recordings of weaponry sounds and birdsongs, forming three chapters on a transformative story of a Bird.