Wrongheaded

 Sarah Cerneaux in Wrongheaded. Photo Ewa Figaszweska.

 

 

 



 

WRONGHEADED

In Wrongheaded, Liz Roche brings together the fearless spoken word poetry of Elaine Feeney, the exquisite work of both film director Mary Wycherley and lighting designer Sinead Wallace and electrifying performances by dancers Sarah Cerneaux and Justine Cooper. All are gathered together in this intense mix of emotions and physicality to highlight the desperation and frustration that many Irish women feel today when it comes to the choices available to them regarding their bodies.

The work will be first shown at internationale tanzmesse nrw in Tanzhaus Dusseldorf on September 1st at 3.30pm in Studio 2, with the support of Culture Ireland. The piece then performs September 11th - 16th at Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival in Project Arts Centre at 7pm. We are sharing the evening with Hope Hunt by Oona Doherty.
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TIME OVER DISTANCE OVER TIME / BIAS

A shared evening of work for Dublin Dance Festival 2016

 

TIME OVER DISTANCE OVER TIME

How do we bridge the gap when the distances between us are increasing in a world that’s supposed to be getting smaller? Through interactive digital projections, film and dance, Time Over Distance Over Time brings together an exceptional group of creative artists to wrestle with the physical and emotional distances they encounter while living at opposite ends of the planet.

 

BIAS

Choreographer and performer Katherine O’Malley questions the split second judgements we make every day. This solo performance investigates the logic behind these unconscious decisions and asks: if we are composed of our biases, for better or worse, should we trust them?

 


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