Can two people stay together without binds?
For the duration of the opening at the White Box Annex, Thomas Hines and I attempted to keep as much contact as possible, while interacting with the crowd as individuals. When he needed to move, I moved. When I took a drink, his hand had to also go to my mouth. If he shook hands with someone, they also shook hands with me.
Without something to keep us together we had to continually choose to stay close. Without constraints the effort needed to stay together was immense, but freedom was always a possibility.