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You arrive at the meeting point, where you’re registered, processed and stripped of your belongings. You step inside the shipping container, the doors close behind you, and the world you know changes forever.Inspired by actual events, ‘SK!N’ by TerryandTheCuz redefines the theatrical experience, bringing audiences into the world of human trafficking. Through visceral, achingly beautiful choreography, the despair and desperation of refugees’ mental and physical torture is laid bare – and you, as a participant, are fully immersed.Created in collaboration with artist Ashley Dyer and Malaysian human rights NGO TENAGANITA, ‘SK!N’ is about the lengths that people go to in order to survive or better their lives. It is about the dehumanising trade of people: its winners and losers. It is about how the privileged, actively and passively, consciously and subconsciously, benefit from and then distance themselves from the plight of others.Note About Performance:This is a participatory event. Audience members will be led to outdoor locations and are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing appropriate to local weather conditions. Suitable for persons above 12 years of age. Atmospherics, strobe lighting and loud music are used during the performance. This event is not wheelchair friendly. Duration: 80 minutes.