Performing at Body Noise Work
Dec
8
7:00 PM19:00

Performing at Body Noise Work

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Kirkos Ensemble are delighted to present Body Noise Work, bringing together 9 artists across disciplines to create an extraordinary evening over four floors of the Temple Bar Gallery + Studios on Saturday December 8th. Each artist will demolish the divide between performer and creator, pulling the audience into brave new spaces and building their own separate but colliding worlds.

The artists of BNW came together during a series of intensive residential workshops in and around Carrick-on-Shannon led by mentors Jennifer Walshe, John Godfrey, Vicky Langan and EL Putnam. All involved were chosen from a hugely oversubscribed call for participation and come from core backgrounds of music, dance, film and visual arts, but all are committed to the idea that boundaries are meaningless in the art of our time.

Our artists come from core disciplines of music (Sebastian Adams, Robbie Blake, Robert Coleman, Seán Ó Dálaigh and Susan Geaney), visual art (Sarah Ellen Lundy-Visual + Sound Artist), interdisciplinary art (Natasha Bourke) and dance (Ruairí Donovan, Laura Sarah Dowdall), but all are deeply engaged in multiple media.

Audience members should expect everything from wires to ropes, plants to baths, and even one-to-one encounters with artists; it's sure to be a multi-sensory, interactive encounter that will captivate, astound and inspire anyone with a thirst for new experiences. 

Saturday Dec 8th ж Temple Bar Gallery + Studios 
Doors 7.00pm ж Performance starts 7.30pm
Tickets €10 [student] ж €15 [regular]

Artwork designed by the brilliant Éna Brennan & image kindly provided by artist Natasha Bourke.

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