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We’re always touching underwater


Erin Coates

7.5 minutes

In this experimental underwater film. the syrupy-slow vision of submerged ecologies is interrupted by an uncanny presence – a hand, deathly-pale and unnaturally articulated. We’re always touching underwater uses the horror trope of ‘the body in pieces’ to examine environmental anxiety and the nature of loss, bringing dark absurdity and a transgressive aesthetic to the benthic zone.

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