Travelogue project runs throughout the Greater Dublin commuter area in May 2012

To create Travelogue, artist Theresa Nanigian collaborated with people who work and travel on the public transport network across the commuter belt around Dublin city.
Setting out to investigate the undocumented dramas of the daily commute, Theresa Nanigian embarked on a series of ‘residencies’, collecting travel stories and gathering data across all transport providers – Dublin Bus, Iarnród Éireann, Luas, Bus Éireann, taxi services and dublinbikes.
Their personal stories were presented on bill boards and other public display sites at Luas stops and bus stops, as well as in DART, commuter train and Luas carriages.
A special Travelogue website was established to present the complete set of Travelogue stories, alongside ‘mind maps’ filled with facts and figures relating to aspects of public transport, such as lost property. Travelogue is a Per Cent for Art project commissioned by the National Transport Authority, Dublin City Council, Fingal County Council, South Dublin County Council and Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council.

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