Wed 6 & Thurs 7 Apr – University campus
“The first time we met, you could see me but I couldn’t see you” the invisible woman recounts.
When We Meet Again is a wearable film and one-to-one performance, a bizarre sensuous experience featuring you, your invisible friend, a 3D soundtrack, an old forgotten dance, the ocean, a flavour and me.
Filmed from a first person perspective and displayed on video goggles, your point of view is replaced by someone else’s. When you look down you see a new body, a body through which you will move and encounter mysterious ghostly presences.
Through a unique journey of encounters mediated by technology, blinded by vision, displaced by what you hear and see around you but you know is not ‘really’ there, When We Meet Again wonders about the function (and defunction) of the body in our media inundated times.
Devised and created by Clara Garcia Fraile and Sam Pearson, Me & The Machine are supported artists of The Basement, Brighton and funded by Arts Council England. When We Meet Again is commissioned by Brighton & Hove Arts Commission, Moves Festival and the Ingravid Festival.