The Skin Project, created in 2015 by Orbán Isma, is a collective of suspension practitioners, fabricators, visual artists, and makers of all kinds focused on creating geometric rope sculptures that represent a larger narrative. In the 5th annual installation, curated and originated by Jessica Irvin, The Skin Project will examine the obfuscation of gender and explore humanity’s interpretation of gender by way of rope sculpture, body suspension, and sound in Living Entropy.

The Skin Project is inclusive. We have no tolerance for bullying, sexism, misogyny, misandry, racism, homophobia, transphobia, or xenophobia and are committed to building an emotionally safe and risk-aware space for us all to work within.