Live Performance: I was Naked Smelling of Rain
How does the weather affect your emotions? How might this change with the influence of climate change?
In this live performance of I was naked, smelling of rain, artist Aidan Moesby explores the impact of the external physical and social weather on our internal mental health and wellbeing. In the midst of the climate change and mental health crises, Aidan proposes that we’re the most connected ‘on demand’ generation, yet we seem to have lost touch with who we are and where we fit in the world. Through audio, film and installation, Aidan considers how regardless of digital (dis)connectedness and proximity, we are all physically connected by the weather.
Join us in The Studio for a special live performance by Aidan, followed by a Q & A with the artist.
Trigger warning - this performance contains discussion of suicide and severe mental health experiences.
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This continued research and development project was initially funded by Unlimited and developed at the Pervasive Media Studio, Bristol. The current iteration has been directed by Daniel Bye and features audio pieces by Duncan Speakman and Tineke De Meyer.
The Studio, 2nd Floor
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