de-synchronisation is traditionally recognised as an inverse process to synchronisation; either caused by the absence of it, or when things happen at unrelated time. It is therefore invested by a generally negative connotation, i.e. one that highlights it as a dysfunctional activity rather than a productive one.


However, de-synchronization can be also seen as a generative force. Due to its multidimensional nature, in fact, it can create a  coexistence between a diversity number of viewpoints and interpretations. These are the initiators of a chain reaction - one that is based on human nature - i.e. the imperfect symmetry of communication. This deviation is thus the catalysis to a reactive exhibition process.