Issue with fine arts is that it does not connect with the mainstream audience. There is a need for art to be relatable to bring it in everyday practices. There are not enough artists for bringing in performance arts and essentially creating art to connect with the audience. People tend to focus on specialized actions or anomalous events in society. There is more focus on these activities. Repetitive daily activities are overlooked by the mainstream society. Simple banal activities like walking are not given any importance. Society considers this normal activity to be simply boring. However, there are a number of intricate factors that are linked with this repetition. It is one of the most important aspects of social communication. Conventionally, it has been taught that a communication is about verbal language development. However, the research works of Marina Abramović, Tehching Hsieh and Francis Alÿs have proved to be otherwise. There are a number of hidden ideologies that have been from repetition; it is one of the very important tools for social communication. It is the reflection of individual ideology, societal conformities and social hassles. These factors fall upon the individuals resulting in pattern experiment. From the works of the researches and from personal experimentation, this research will find out the underlying factors that are mixed in repetition and social communication. This analysis of the social communications bridges the gap between fine arts and performance arts. This art essentially addresses the notions of bridging the gap between audience and arts. This research concludes by saying for future analysis the question should be how to embed repetitive activities and what repetitive activity to probe.