Online transdisciplinary presentations, live performances, workshops and large screen group drawing exhibitions form the core elements of this expansion of communities of interest in an urgent real and imagined response to our water/time. Experimenting, redefining and rearticulating our living relationships with water through the urgency of the times we live in. A blend of in-person and online presentations, all free.
At the Pavilion theatre, Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare.
Part funded by LAWPRO and Creative Ireland and hosted by Creevagh arts and archaeology collective, whose members dance artist-curators Maria Kerin and Rachel Sweeney invite a panel of arts practitioners, academics and scientists from Sweden, Wales and Ireland to respond to concepts around water and temporality, in particular linking different multidisciplinary research methods such as experimental heritage, eco-somatics, geomythology, and site specific arts.
See thefloatingvillage.net events for the full program
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