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TWO FILMS ABOUT ESKIN FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED

"ESKIN 4 the Visually Impaired" was created and performed at ISEA, the International Symposium of Performing Arts in Durban, Southafrica 2018 funded by ISEA and partners and Pro Helvetia, Switzerland.

eskin 4 making of Making Of
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© 2018 Hahne

The Making of ESKIN 4 (2018) Marille Hahne

This video (23 min) features the making of a dance performance with visually impaired participants using a newly created interactive audiovisual platform by the Swiss based media-art team under the direction of media artist Jill Scott. The choreographers were Thobile Maphanga/Lorin Sookool, the light designer/filmmaker Marille Hahne, the real time visual designer Andrew Quinn, the audio engineer Vanessa Barrera Giraldo, the system designer Andreas Schiffler. Produced by AIL Production Zürich, ISEA Durban and the Mason Lincoln School Umlazi.

eskin 4 making of Making Of (OmU)
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© 2018 Hahne

The Making of ESKIN 4 (2018) Marille Hahne

This video (23 min) features the making of a dance performance with visually impaired participants using a newly created interactive audiovisual platform by the Swiss based media-art team under the direction of media artist Jill Scott. The choreographers were Thobile Maphanga/Lorin Sookool, the light designer/filmmaker Marille Hahne, the real time visual designer Andrew Quinn, the audio engineer Vanessa Barrera Giraldo, the system designer Andreas Schiffler. Produced by AIL Production Zürich, ISEA Durban and the Mason Lincoln School Umlazi.

eskin 4 performance The Performance
© 2018 Hahne

The Performance of ESKIN 4 (2018) Marille Hahne

This video (26 min) features a documentation of the 40 min long performance "ESKIN 4 the Visually Impaired", held at the Natural Science Research Center in Durban.


EXHIBITION
Nov 18 - Feb 19




Schauraum Angewandte, Museumsquarter 21, Wien
"Eskin 4 the Visually Impaired" - exhibition von Jill Scott und Marille Hahne
kuratiert von Ruth Schnell und Tommy Schneider


Can visually impaired people engage in a world of culture that is so visually dominant? The "Eskin 4 the Visually Impaired" exhibition shows how an art and science platform was created to enable visually impaired participants from Durban, South Africa to become performers alongside their own stories about climate change. The documentary films about this project in Durban were incorporated into the exhibition next to five miniture sets that could be viewed through small tunnels from the outside.

For more info please download the pdf here