Artist Event | BOUNDARY CONDITIONS — guided walk with Dennis McNulty


Artist Event | BOUNDARY CONDITIONS — guided walk with Dennis McNulty Date/Time
Date(s) - 15/01/2022
11:00 am - 11:40 am

Walkinstown Library.




Tickets available via Eventbrite. On sale from 6th of January.

Boundary Conditions is an artwork produced in response to a year wandering the network of laneways carved into the housing estates of Walkinstown, Dublin.

Boundary Conditions (2021)

Posters, paste, geo-located audio collage incorporating sound-files both found and recorded by the artist.

Boundary Conditions‘ audio component is geo-located to four circular zones on the surface of the earth via the Echoes app. You need to be in one of those locations to access to the audio. Each zone is 2Km in diameter. They are centred on: Lismore (Waterford), Walkinstown (Dublin), Greenwich Village (New York) and Clifton (New Jersey).

This guided walk will take place in Walkinstown.

Please note this tour takes place outside and tickets are extremely limited. Please only book if you are certain to attend.


Boundary Conditions was commissioned by Lismore Castle Arts for the exhibition Light and Language, curated by Lisa Le Feuvre for the Holt/Smithson Foundation.

The work was produced with the support of The Arts Council of Ireland and CONNECT -the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Future Networks – at Trinity College, Dublin.


Notes on Participation

In advance

Guests must install the free Echoes app on their phone. (App logo on the left)
If possible, download the audio in advance.

On the day

Meet at Walkinstown Library at the agreed time.
Bring smartphone and headphones.
The walk is outdoors so dress appropriately for the weather.
Part of the route traverses a field, so if the weather is wet you may need to wear boots.


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