The Becoming can be viewed as a mechanism that involves the viewer in crossing the border between what we call the real world, the imaginary and the virtual. The project refers us to ritual practices where the participant in the action crosses the border, and as a result of immersion in the ritual, he is unable to get out of it. The fabric of the imaginary is woven from the threads of the real, the outside reflects the inside, and the inside is created from the outside. Real and virtual lines of intensity influence each other, changing the general reality in which we are located. The VR universe, on the one hand, is easy to be read by using the language of everyday life, on the other hand, it is hermetic, shimmering, does not lock into a clear reading, offers the viewer freedom of intellectual action, by creating affect.
Seldemirov believes that affect is an important thing for understanding the formation and perception of the border. Gilles Deleuze, relying on Spinoza's texts, says that affect is duration, a transition. Spinoza, in turn, inherits the Stoics, for whom the whole world was in the making, in a constant recombination of boundaries. Deleuze says that boundaries are the limits of compositional integrity and recalls the questions of the classics. At this time, the Stoics were asking questions: "What is the boundary of the object? Where are its boundaries? But what if it's a forest? Where is the border of the forest? The forest is defined through potency, its intensity. Where will you go?", The Neoplatonists put a different formulation of the question:" Where does the light begin and end? Light reaches where it's potency reaches." Thus, Deleuze criticized the concept of "border", introducing the concept in situations in which it loses its validity.
Within the framework of the project The Becoming, Seldemirov offers his own interpretation of the border, which he conceives as a state of increased intensity. It's not in the logic of making, but it's in the logic of difference: we can feel it here and now as "the becoming".