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Live Collision Festival 2017 Presents
Dates: 21 Apr - 21 Apr
Show Time: 9.30pm
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This event is free but ticketed, booking advised
A curated presentation of short films by live artists that bend the definitions of both genre and gender binaries. Selected for the screening programme of Live Collision with international works presented for the first time in Ireland. With some work from Live Art Development Agency’s Just Like A Woman, a programme on the performance of identity presented in Ljubljana, London and New York between 2013 and 2015.
TRANS LIVE ART SALON is a shared initiative of Robyn McQuaid-O’Dwyer (Artist) and Live Collision. Screened works are co-curated for Live Collision by Robyn McQuaid-O’Dwyer.
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LIVE COLLISION, established in 2009 by Lynnette Moran is Ireland’s leading curatorial model of Live Art; both an international festival and year-round Creative Producing house redefining the ways that artists create, engage and collide through live performance and digital platforms. Supporting artists working across and between disciplines and creating fresh new experiences for audiences.
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