(HUMAN) Form Transposed was a performance piece created as a reaction to Yves Klein's Anthropometries (1960), and evolved into a work exploring the female form in contemporary art. Three female performers moved throughout the canvas-lined gallery and used their bodies to apply paint, transforming themselves from human form into a painting vessel. During the 60-minute long performance, the canvas filled with layers of color from the dancers choreography, which was reactionary to the improvisation of live music and the intervention of the audience.