Drawing on recent happenings and a lifetime of exposure, I set out to discuss how we respond to the world around us and how those responses are interpreted by others. "response" was shown in a black box with an open drag dressing room beside it. Inside the box were 6 tv screens, each with a 50 minute loop. There was 8 hours of unrepeated live sound and an option to listen to headphones with other music, making the response unique regardless of whether or not you happen to experience the same visual imput. During the live performance I wore various combinations of costume and make-up. I responded to whatever was the first physical move I saw on the monitors when entering the box. I explored that move until it was exhausted and left the space to repeat the process again and again until I was exhausted.