Human Factors antagonises connection between language, hierarchies and bodily well-being through its manifestation in architecture and landscape. Although the film has no protagonist a central element of the film is a voice over. What the voice represents is abstruse, she is both lovers, landmasses, ruptured bodies, a union between political bodies.
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Voice Over: Penelope McGhie
Dancers: Phil Barton and Hayley Jones
Woman: Rhiannon Hughes
Sound Design: Patrick Burniston
Voice dub: Doug Haywood
Operator : Ilona Sagar and Tom Nowell
Gaffer: Tom Nowell