Slapstick is applicable as a context from which we can extract a conceptual approach of how joy is produced in space. It is an examination on humour, humour not understood as a joke, but as a compliance with the surrounding bodies. Humour, just as laugh, is hard to explain or define; there are several approaches, but they all fail in finding a general definition.
Therefore, instead of defining it, we refer to joy via humour by describing it. Spirit and body converge through a sudden perception of how the body comes across physical reality/objects in an alternate way. This calls for a constant change of surroundings, to trigger objects and situations to confront the body in play, stumbling and falling as an art of exploration.