(phe)NOM(e)NON, an event created with Chloe Brenan and Irene Murphy, took place in The Guesthouse Project on 20th June:
(phe)NOM(e)NON is an edible, visual, social concoction taking place over one evening in the Guesthouse Project in Cork city.
The concept of the Greek vase as an emblematic ‘Thing’, a something formed around a central void, a vessel for nothing, shall serve as a catalyst for proceedings. Guests are invited to contemplate the abyss through the conventions of a dinner party. Empty entrées and canapés of existential crisis, accompanied by bubbles and visual fizz set the scene for sparkling conversation and nothingness. A feast for the eyes and food for thought…
VIDEO POOL is a open studio, work-in-progress event, which is part of an ongoing collaboration with Mary-Jo Gilligan.
We are working together on ‘A Dancer Drowned’, a project about movement and immersion in an interconnected world. As part of our process, we share videos with each other on these themes and at VIDEO POOL we invite others to join us for an informal screening and conversation.
I’ll be presenting a paper at the Corp_Real Symposium, as part of Galway Dance Days 2015: Bodies in Conflict. “Occupation, Resistance and the Land of the Transhorizon” will be shared at The Conflict of Practice panel on the 27th of March, alongside Dr. Mark Hamilton (Regent’s University) and dance artist Ella Clarke.