How do molecules move in water? They slide past each other in close proximity. I see this quality in video footage of people walking and talking in between improvisation exercises I had set them to perform. These in-between movements are more natural and flowing than the set improvisations! Frame by frame I trace one of these unexpected dances, using dots to describe the watery movements of heads, shoulders, elbows, hands etc. More complex patterns and rhythms emerge from layering and re-positioning dots. Shakuhachi music, played by scientist and artist Rupert Summerson, adds a sense of moving through the natural world.