If we look at a dancer & a sculpture together, how does that effect how we experience each? How we can consider the past as it is re-written in the present, through dance, sound & sculpture?
Invisible Histories is a new interdisciplinary and collaborative dance piece in which the audience follows my performance through different spaces in a gallery, each with a different texture, a new art work by Rory Tangney and a unique sound world from @lacosapreziosa_
“Coming Home: Art & the Great Hunger” a very special exhibit in the Uillin West Cork Art Centre. A very sobering , if not distressing, view into the Irish Potato Famine and the horrendous consequences it had for our small country. Fascinating to see the contrast between the contemporary artwork and the artwork from around the 1850s. If you can, make sure you book a tour, it is only €2 and it adds depth to the whole thing. This country’s history of oppression and poverty has shaped who we are today and should not be hidden away. It will be shown in the West Cork Art Centre until October the 13th.