The video is part of an installation presented at Art Encounters in Timisoara, Romania and at Zacheta Project Space in Warsaw, Poland. Green Skin / Affective Interstice is an interrogation on the on-going projection of the self on the environment and vice-versa. Highlighting skin, plant tissues or wall textures as active surfaces, the project argues that relationships within the built environment are established through external layers that interact. The various spatial elements cited - arcades, engraved plaster, green lights - symbolise human constructions. The vegetal textures - moss, bark, seeds, fibres - are an attempts to zoom in on the natural world and establish a connection between the micro and macro level. The self is re-centralised as the filter through which surroundings are appropriated. Just as a green screen, the body receives and hosts content, like a terminal, an affective surface that connects external stimuli to personal space. The skin becomes the membrane on which narratives are collected and engraved.