One night in 2013, an everyman from Florida was lying in bed when the earth opened up and swallowed him alive, leaving a giant hole where his bedroom used to be. This incident is the starting point for Synkehull (Sinkhole), which might be best described as a therapeutic band practice.
The actors/characters Kristinsdottir and Willyson fear natural disasters, illness and stagnation, and the performance is an attempt to overcome their fears. Kristinsdottir seeks for answers in the outside world, while Willyson examines his inner darkness hoping to find the source of his misery. Their common goal is to create the ultimate anxiety management strategy. They strongly believe a hole can be an opening.
Musician Magnus Børmark produces all sound live. With his electric guitar and what might be the most unbridled pedal board in musical history, he shapes various geological and existential sonic holes.