Previously unseen, private, uncanny, lurid and strange internal landscapes and dances of dissolution are revealed through an experimental multimedia exploration of the usurpation of the real by the virtual: the body without context. Motion, spatial data-capture technologies and immersive theatre principles are explored using aerial dance, digital art, design and illustration. A complex web of multiple stories,this piece draws on the music of Maurice Ravel, Gaspard de la nuit, a suite of piano pieces inspired by the poetry of Aloysius Bertrand, including Ondine, a tale of impossible desire and necessary death in the meeting of material and immaterial worlds.


Primary collaborator: 1iing heaney

Artistic team: Rob Mirolo, Oliver Moloney and Ross Ryder. 

Turrus, to circumnambulate for magical intent. 
From The Crying of the Wind, a travelogue of Ireland published in 1954 by occultist artist Ithell Colquhoun. 

This work is made possible through funding from the Arts Council Circus Bursary Award and Arts Grant Fund, Animation Ireland Immersive Innovation Award, Fingal County Council Artist Bursary, and support in kind from Courthouse Arts Centre and Mermaid Arts Centre, Co. Wicklow. Special thanks to Algorithm creative production studio Dublin. 

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