Performance-maker Grace Strickland De Souza presents a striking live installation that binds together projections, research, movement, text and soundscape. She interrogates what the role of skin is during birth, sex and death, and how necessary skin contact is in those vital moments of our lives. Skin is a container of our bodily fluids, a mirror of our age, experiences and memories. Although nowadays, innovative plastic surgery techniques and robotics present a new timeless idea of skin and therefore the artist can't stop asking herself what it is that makes us human. Perhaps the famous saying 'I think therefore I am' is shifting towards 'I feel therefore I am?'. What does the word 'feeling' even mean nowadays? If science is capable of creating plastic skin able to send signals of feeling to the brain, are we - humans - just like any other receptors?