Named by the artist after it occurred, Two Slow Falls was a solo movement composition in the round, exploring the concept of wholeness and the process of individuation. By folding latent forces and phenomena into consciousness and the performance, the artist hoped to engender new sensitivities to dance, architecture, geology, and landscape. During the 45 minute performance, the artist moved from standing to laying down, with nearly imperceptible slowness, first in one location, then in another. As dusk fell, the object and context of the performance seemed to merge. The performance took place in the floating gallery of the Noguchi Museum in Queens New York, alongside a number of scholar's rocks on loan from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.