ACTS was presented as an experiment with new ideas and forms, in the belief that participation in art as an integral part of daily life heightens the individual's sensitivity and awareness level. Taking place in three acts, it ran from April 3 to June 6, 1971. Act I, which ran from April 3 -19, was presented by Carl and Heidi Bucher and involved phosphorescent inflatables, apparel sculptures, and evanescent shadow sculptures. In this environment, participants positioned themselves on flourescent plastic-covered platforms under black light. When the lights were turned off, the subjects could move and observe their position and image glowingly recorded.