Live Collision Festival 2017 Presents

Performance

Cowards

Dates: 22 Apr - 22 Apr

Show Time: 12pm-6pm

A new live performance for Live Collision 2017

 

A woman, the artist, lifts her dress over her head. She becomes tangled in the fabric, caught in the moment of taking it off. She is joined by another woman. She lifts her dress over her head. She becomes tangled in the fabric, caught in the moment of taking it off.

They are joined by another woman. She lifts the dress over her head. She becomes entangled, caught in the moment, Another woman joins them, and another, and another, and an inexhaustible other.

 

Duration: This is a durational performance

 

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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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