Four performers, installed within a space, each absorbed in various everyday moments that correspond to the four senses of touch, smell, taste and hearing. Engrossed in these senses the performers have their eyes closed disconnected from the onlooking audience.

In preparation for the work the artist took the performers through a series of breathing and concentration exercises, the group also described various smells and tastes to each other, relating personal associations to prepare themselves to focus on their sense in a particularly intense manner for the piece.