Two people dressed and undressed their way through (the structure described in set description).  It was done as naturally as it could be done.  A normally vertical activity performed horizontally and reshaped by the vertical pull of gravity. It was strenuous. Great strain and effort to support the body weight while negotiating buttons and zippers.  We rested at times, and when we rested hanging down, an article of clothing became a hammock. The audience ducked down to see the performers suspended or climbing below the frame, or stretched upward to see the activity above. – Trisha Brown, Trisha Brown: Dance and Art in Dialogue, 1961-2001, Teicher, Hendel

Premiere: 1970

Performance: Southbank Centre, Dance Umbrella 2010