Performance Sequencer

Sunday 29 April
Performance Sequencer | Sunday 29 April | VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art

A day-long performance workshop/video screening hybrid developed by Dennis McNulty and Bea McMahon in collaboration with AEMI (Alice Butler and Daniel Fitzpatrick).

In the context of Dennis McNulty’s exhibition TTOPOLOGY which is currently showing in the main gallery, VISUAL presents PERFORMANCE SEQUENCER, a day-long performance workshop/video screening hybrid developed by McNulty and Bea McMahon in collaboration with AEMI (Alice Butler and Daniel Fitzpatrick).

TTOPOLOGY includes the work Superhandedness, a collaboration with Bea McMahon. Taking place over the course of a single day – Sunday April 29th 2018 – PERFORMANCE SEQUENCER will take this work as a point of origin, thinking through it to draw out some aspects of McNulty and Mahon’s ongoing conversation. Topics for discussion include systems of orientation and classification, multi-dimensional thinking and its relationship with human perception, and the process of collaboration itself.

PERFORMANCE SEQUENCER incorporates a spatially distributed screening programme which McNulty and McMahon have developed in collaboration with AEMI. Featuring the work of Peggy Ahwesh, Anne Tallentire, Dan Walwin and others, these videos will act as punctuation, provocation and springboards for conversation and performative actions.

Lunch will be provided for all participants. There will be two travel bursaries to cover the train fare to Carlow for non-Carlow residents.

Places are limited please.To reserve please contact galleries@visualcarlow.ie

Sunday 29 April
VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art
Old Dublin Road, Carlow
Telephone: +353 59 917 2400
info@visualcarlow.ie
www.visualcarlow.ie
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