‘Fluid life’ is an experimental short film featuring the performance and collaboration by Yui Yamamoto, as well as collaboration with Adam Razvi. It is a conceptual piece that explores several topics while focusing on the notion that we are primarily formed of liquid, showing how people interact with water in this particular situation in a very amusing way. It can also be interpreted from the perspective of gender fluidity, depending on the viewer. Despite being a female performer, the film never defines her, and the only male hands are those you see at the very end. Although the film was based on the original concept, it was unscripted, therefore all the performance was improvised. The film was shot on Super8 in order to explore these complex themes through a playful gaze.