Breathing will revolve nearby the history of the South Korean guest workers whose labour was exported to West Germany under the cross-national agreement starting in the late 60s. The iteration will include interviews, personal archives and belongings of elderly nurses residing across Germany and their respective acts of storytelling. Who owns their memories? Why didn't some (or most) of their memories become part of the "history"? What ephemeral and subtle bodily enunciations will be enacted when certain memories are summoned to the contemporary act of telling and performing in a reparative mode of speech act? Breathing will consist of many paused, sporadical, yet constant breaths emanating from invisiblized stories to fill archival and epistemological crevices in the leading fabric of the guest worker's history.