As you enter the space, notice and greet with your body the air contained within.
With every part of the body available to you today, taste, smell, feel, look and interact with the air that lives in this space.
You might gaze at it with your swivelling shoulders, taste it with a scrape of the foot, smell it with the crown of your head, feel it as you push against it with a jutting hip.
Notice the texture and weight of the air as you interact with it; is it a solid, heavy weight pressing on your body, or a fluid stream of light?
How do you shape it with your movements, and how do you allow it to shape you and the way you move within this place?
Offered in response to: Hillary Goidell, ‘To Catch a Thing in Flight’ (2020). Audiodescription of the film Shape of an Echo 2019 by Anna Seymour, Fayen d’Evie and Pippa Samaya (a gestural description of the sound work Hauntings H M Castlemaine 2019 by Andrew Slater (a description of the Old Castlemaine Gaol composed from field recordings)).