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Dying Breeds explores the staging and display of fetishised bodies and objects. It celebrates cultivated aesthetic but challenges our consumption of images in a society overwhelmingly saturated with visual text.
Dying Breeds is a research project and series of work exploring a new craft, integrating film-making, live performance, high-skill circus, musical collaboration, body modification and invented apparatus.
Emily Aoibheann is an artist, aerialist, performance practitioner, director, producer, creative facilitator and teacher from Dublin. Emerging from a musical and academic background, her work explores ‘intermedial’ and trans-disciplinary live-art; dynamic sculpture; physical, experimental and conceptual contemporary circus and performance.
She is co-founder and co-director of PaperDolls Performance Company. This year, Emily is conducting physical research, training in dynamic aerial rope and hand-balance, dancing, film-making and developing a signature production to be debuted in Dublin 2015, with support from the Arts Council.
Artist: Emily Aoibheann
Musicians: Robert Mirolo, Judith Mok, Brian Walsh
Performers: Abby Evans, Julie Bergez, Postmodern Sleaze, Jess Hopkins
Design: Lian Bell, Emily Aoibheann
Costume: Nadine Cullen
Lighting: Gavin Xmas
Image: Steve O’Connor/Emily Aoibheann, featuring Julie Bergez
This project is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and supported by Project Arts Centre, Tiger Dublin Fringe, Theatre Forum and Dance Theatre of Ireland’s Creating Space Programme 2014. Special thanks to the Performance Corporation.
This performance contains material some viewers may find disturbing and will be followed by a discussion with the artists involved.