Performer: Robin Dingemans. Copyright: Fevered Sleep, 2013.
28 Sep - 31 Dec 2015
119 Farringdon Road
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A strange, sad and funny meditation on being human and being animal, lost in a changing world.
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 film is available to view online for the duration of Artcop21. It is suitable for all ages.
Watch the film via the video tab here: http://www.feveredsleep.co.uk/current/its-the-skin/
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)