This performance ritual involves breaking a record with an improvised weapon made from an iPhone. After the breaking ritual the record was repaired. The piece is a representation of how human culture executes action without a plan or a resolution. Whether it be a war, a political coup, or even a simple relationship, things are easier broken then put back together or rebuilt. The piece also has conceptual undertones that juxtapose and balance traditional (vinyl) and modern(iPhone) culture, something that is integral to Esfahani's practice. In this particular performance, replays show that in the time it took to fix the record, the breaking ritual could be executed twelve times.