INTIME documents artistic-practice-as-research conducted in North Atlantic foreshores as sites of especial geochronological interest given climate change and naming the Anthropocene.
INTIME includes circular performance on the shoreline facing Herøya Industripark, Telemark, Grenland, Norway with a view towards an INEOS shale gas ship emblazoned with "Shale Gas for Chemicals." This ship came from USA. INTIME circles were run with visual artist Cissi Hultman (SE), who also performs the drawn geologic actions in the video. The green rock featured as well is slag from Herøya Industripark, which proliferates in the region and city-centre of Skien.
INTIME also includes performance of knitting plastic bags harvested partly from the immediate foreshore and shoreline of Loch Long. Visual artist Laureen Burlat (FR) tears the collected plastic bags into strips when, tied together, make plastic yarn. She then knits a long body-width train over the course of three months. When she is finished, she ties the train to her wrists and wades shoulder-deep into the Loch from where the plastic washed ashore, and from where we watch nuclear-missile submarines deploy into and return from the North Atlantic.
Performers in these littoral events are: Laureen Burlat and angela rawlings (Scotland); Halla Steinunn Stefánsdóttir, Stefan Östersjö, Nguyễn Thanh Thủy, Lan Yến, Kent Olofsson, angela rawlings, and Gina the Toy Poodle (Sweden); angela rawlings, Halla Steinunn Stefánsdóttir, Sachiko Murakami, and Steinar Bragi (Iceland); and Cissi Hultman, Baby Alvin, Heli Aaltonen, Dea Antonsen, Ida Bencke, Rosemary Lee, Kim, Elena Lundquist Ortíz, angela rawlings, and Libe García Zarranz (Norway).
Video documentation of INTIME has been exhibited in Kunsthall Trondheim, Malmö's Inter Arts Centre, and MondBook's exhibition for Lofoten International Arts Festival.