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Pink Fringe Picnic, Brighton Pride 2012

The Dip Your Toe bathing machines came out at the Pink Fringe Picnic for Brighton pride 2012. The six machines hosted and gave a backdrop to performances and activities taking place in New Steine Gardens on the Sunday of Pride. … Continue reading

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Dip Your Toe Wins Latest Awards

Last night’s Latest Awards ceremony saw Dip Your Toe pick up the awards for Most Groundbreaking Act and Star of The Festival. It’s been a fantastic month at Brighton Fringe and the Dip Your Toe bathing machines have clearly made … Continue reading

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So far in the Dip Your Toe journey

Over the past few weeks, you may have spotted around Brighton centre and along the shore, the resurrection of several Victorian-style bathing machines. No, your eyes have not deceived you; these six replica bathing machines are the creation of the … Continue reading

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Continuing my thought process from the other day regarding how the space of the fringe is defined, I’m now thinking what happens when this space is home? How does the fringe setting up camp alter the…

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Vivascope is on the beach! We’ve written a bit about our experiences of getting it this far on the Vivascope blog… – Seth & Zoe

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Dip Your Toe -what a journey

I can hardly¬† believe that in just 10 days there will be six beautiful bathing machines dotted around Brighton bringing to life a dream, an idea, an ideal started just over a year ago.¬† There will be time to digest … Continue reading

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In the Workshop

Here are some pictures of the first bathing machine mid-build, while it was still all bare in the workshop. From a working camera obscura to A Small Museum of Displaced Sea, each of the six bathing machines will be customised … Continue reading

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