The installation consists of three quasi-medical machines, each revealing a different three-dimensional view of the skin. The camera moves over the skin which has been manipulated with various materials and lights.
Kaisu Koski (Author), Joris Weijdom (Camera), Kaisu Koski (Camera)
Kaisu Koski is an artist-researcher with background in media art and performance. She earned her doctoral degree with a dissertation "Augmenting Theatre” on interactive performances and installations in 2007 in the University of Lapland. Koski is an Adjunct Professor of Arts-based Research in Tampere University, Finland. She collaborates with scientists, clinicians and engineers, and currently carries out a project developing films for medical curricula. Koski’s work has been exhibited in platforms such as Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Hasselt Triennial, The Lab in San Francisco and the Czong Institute for Contemporary Art in Korea, and received multiple official selections on the film festival circuit.