A woman has her head covered with shaving cream. She manipulates the cream over her head for as long as she can before taking a breath. Under the cream she cannot see or breathe. A form of sensory deprivation. She becomes highly sensitive to the nature, feeling and consistency of the cream as she moves it around creating living sculptures in sequence. The breath bursts through. Violently. The sound of the breath. A light soft confinement with an easy to escape. The work is durational and performative yet private and quiet simultaneously.