Photos by Joe Clark
Husk is durational, multi-channel audio/video installation that runs for exactly 370 Seconds. It follows the story of two women as they move through a series of imaginary spaces, both inside and external to the body. The audiences are given wireless headphones before being ushered into a pitch-black box. They become immersed in a full sensory experience that makes use of sound, image, light and heat. Throughout the narrative of the piece, there is a countdown to the end. This is mirrored by a countdown screen on the outside of the box, which in turn counts down to the beginning of the next screening. Please watch with headphones on for the best effect.