i. The process of completion must allow for the uncontrived.
ii. The work must have no completion date but always a duration.
iii. Present behaviour as art.
iv. The live image is always a truthful representation.
v. A dialect between the material and immaterial is necessary.
vi. Present a non-spectacle as process.
vii. Results are encouraged.
viii. The viewer becomes creative accomplice.
ix. Gap between art and life is teased and loosened.
x. Performance as situation, situation as power relationship.
xi. Social choreography may transform the most unreactive of objects.
xii. The catatonic viewer as ideal participant.