Hard Felt (1977) included images and the silhouette of a live performer projected from inside a vacant storefront onto the shop’s scrim-covered, street-facing window. The piece was staged on “The Strip,” near 10th Street on Peachtree Street, Atlanta (GA). Images here depict preparatory drawings and notes; documentation of the actual performance has been lost. Viewers on the street, looking at the shop window on the evening of the performance, saw a projected image divided into an upper and lower register. The upper contained the silhouette of a man slowly rocking in an old-fashioned rocking chair. The man was holding something with a wire or wires trailing off to the side.