End User | Artists' Residency programme | Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre | Skibbereen | Ireland
Jun 5 - Aug 31, 2018
The work undertaken during this residency is in preparation for a solo exhibition titled End User planned for October 2018 in the Triskel Arts Centre, Cork. The research includes developing audio/visual content with computer generated imagery, motion triggered sound-sculptures and analogue photography of places of interest related to the stories of the Great Hunger in the Skibbereen area.
Umbra | interactive Installation | Cruinniú na Óg
Saturday 23 June, 2018
Umbra is a motion triggered interactive projection that will be active during Cruinniú na Óg at Uillinn. It responds to the theme "Connecting the World" which implies human interaction and relationship with our environment, each other and us internally as individuals. The installation is part of a long-term investigation into the impact of technology and science in today’s world.
PRESENT.MAKES.FUTURE | Artist's talk for Skibbereen Arts Festival
Thursday 2 August, 2018
Open discussion on technology, science and contemporary mind-set around its use. Join the discourse on possible implications of technology on our future.
Our rapid adoption of technological devices and applications into every aspect of our daily lives means that vast amounts of our personal data, daily movements, habits and intellectual information are being silently collected and used in the development of a range of technologies. The impacts, and potential future impacts, of these technologies are largely unpredictable and difficult to measure.
Grave Matter | Artist's talk for National Heritage Week
Saturday 25 August, 2018
Illustrated talk on this residency project which researches local stories related to the Great Hunger in Skibbereen and photographing locations of interest in the area to document and record them for post-production in 3D animation.