Using a borescope camera Freddie Wulf explores the close-up textures of body, water, and plant, creating a journey through a cosmic landscape.
passing by hairs erupting, droplets on the tiny leaves of moss, lips and throat like an underwater cave
Performed in a bathtub, and inspired by philosophies of vital materialism, the show addresses themes of wellbeing, embodiment, and self perception.
Suitable for those aged 18 and over.
Contains nudity and loud/affective sound, and discusses gender transition.
Booking for this event closes Tuesday 4 October, 4pm.
Landscape header image by Freddie Wulf.
Lead Artist: Freddie Wulf
Producer: Michael Kitchin
Composition & Live Music: Alicia Jane Turner
Lighting Designer: Joshie Harriette
Production Manager: Anna Smith
Movement Direction: Ania Varez
Outside Eye/Dramaturgy: Emma Frankland, An*dre Neely, Tammy Reynolds, Piper Piper
Prop Design: Ginger Johnson
Prop Consultant: Tom Cassani
Intimacy Consultant: Bishop Black
Access Support Worker: Celia Morris
Commissioned by Fierce and Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts (ACCA). Supported by FABRIC.
Supported using public funding by Arts Council England and Help Musicians.