I spent a week gluing various lengths of cassette tape to a pair of overalls for my costume and had a friend who ran a hang-gliding business rig me in a harness and suspend me from the top of the building with all the safety requirements met. I spent the evening floating around , pushing off the building and workshopping the movement qualities of my situation.
Whenever I worked at the Edmonton festival in Canada, John Ullyatt would pick my brain for interesting things. He'd used one of my ideas before, 'Pedestrian cross theatre' which Rob Maclaren and I had started in NZ and when I told him about my suspension work he got excited. The next year he and his partner Annie Dugan spent part of the festival dressed as fashion critic bugs, hanging from a building with pen and paper and writing down compliments and fashion advice for specific passers by before scrunching the paper into balls and throwing it down to those concerned.