The work sheds new light on the relationship between a choreographer and a performer by changing their roles through the medium of violence. It is also an attempt to resist the way in which labor in art is commercialized, systematized and epitomized. In it, performers fully share their experiences, memories as well as entangled states during the course of work on stage in the form of a lecture, telling the time of their existence through an unplanned coincidence. 100% My Hole is close to an experiment of identity. This work reveals abstract and emotional states as they are in the work in progress, twisting the typical style of work that is intended to be perfect. Therefore, our body highlighted in this work is a "body that keeps practicing."