Sisyphus Measure was a game invented around a garment. A chase of golf balls resulted in the player moving continuously up and down a grassed hill leading to a steep cliff drop at Bondi Headland. Following the performance, a rigorous documentation of the garment's creases and internal volumes were undertaken.

The work sprung from an interest in the sublime, psychasthenia (as explored by Grosz and Caillois) and the difficulty of a corresponding code of measure.