This item is not in the library — it is a part of: S. Szczelkun, Improvisation Rites.

Performers move through a space. Everyone is walking/moving towards the doorsteps of change. When the performer finds his/her door, stop. Performers can only make a sound with a singular quality of any duration in lieu of knocking on this metaphorical door. The noises made must correspond to each performer's emotions vis à vis their desires for change. 1) Wait for the right moment to knock. 2) Knock right away and wait for a reply. The performance ends once everyone has knocked and feels satisfied to leave the unanswered door or feels a response emerged and walks through the door. It is not permitted to stay waiting forever.

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