Behind the scenes film –  ‘Trip Hazard’ by Flexer & Sandiland

Did you get a glimpse of ‘Trip Hazard’ when it came to the South West last month? 

Experience it for the first time or revisit – it will still make you laugh! 


About Flexer & Sandiland 

Nic Sandiland is a UK-based artist whose work explores movement through installation, performance, and film. He is particularly interested in presenting the everyday movements of the viewer as choreography and, since 2000, has increasingly employed interactive digital technology to do this. Recent work has drawn on cinematic techniques, such as slow-motion and moving camera mechanisms as ways to elevate the mundane and often overlooked choreography of everyday life.

About the work:

‘Trip Hazard’ explores cause and effect; where a particular action in the physical world might trigger a pre-set event in a digital space. During these challenging times, it’s a light-hearted intervention in public space, designed to surprise and amuse.

Visit Flexer & Sandiland’s website for more information about their work here

Filmed on location by Red Manhattan at:

Bobbys Department Store, Bournemouth Square:  MAP

Pen Gallery, Kingland Crescent, Poole:  MAP

Poole Museum, High Street, Poole:  MAP

Watch out….do you dare to cross the hazardous line to see what happens…..?  

This digital project was outdoors and free-to-view. Just one of many projects PDSW brings to the local area. Follow us on social media or sign up to our newsletter to find out what’s new for you to do and see. 

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