Performer: Robin Dingemans. Copyright: Fevered Sleep, 2013.
24 Sep - 22 Oct 2015
10am - 6pm
Folkestone, Kent, CT20 1BN
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It’s the Skin You’re Living In is a miniature multi-screen film installation which explores and challenges images of climate change, showing this year at Quarterhouse in Folkestone as part of SALT: Sea & The Environment Festival.
A dismantled polar bear costume, repeated actions, and walking, walking walking…
Shot in a series of locations from the high Arctic to a kitchen in London, the film suggests that climate change isn’t a matter of distant landscapes and threatened species, but part of our daily lives.
The It’s The Skin You’re Living In installation is free and viewable for the duration of SALT: Sea & The Environment Festival at Quarterhouse in Folkestone between 21st – 24th October. Seven mobile phones, each playing a different, synchronised version of the film will be on display at Quarterhouse. It’s a multi-screen installation, shrunk to the size of a phone.
You can view the installation trailer here: https://vimeo.com/74622564
Ali Beale – production manager
Robin Dingemans – Performer
David Harradine – director, editor, sound
Tim Kindberg – installation and app software design
Jess Tiller – costume
Music – Francis Poulenc, Mouvement Perpétuel No 1,, performed by Danny Manners
Developed through a residency in the School of Art, Design and Media at the university of Brighton in collaboration with Julie Doyle (http://arts.brighton.ac.uk/staff/julie-doyle)