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“Creeps up on its audience with cunning stealth" The Times
"The self-titled Blurred Expanse this work occupies is post-grammar, after structure and beyond rigidity" Exeunt Magazine
"This is the post-rave, post-MD generation, with movements fragmented and slippery" The Tempo House
Rob Heaslip Dance Present
Dates: 26 Mar - 27 Mar
Show Time: 7.30pm
Tickets: €14 - €16
FREAGRA | A Blurred Expanse is a colourful and playful piece of contemporary performance exploring the identity of the one amongst the many.
The Blurred Expanse is a land awash with electric pinks, acid greens and chilly hues of blue; a land where the inhabitants conjure their play of cause-and-effect. They seek the new, toying with the unfamiliar and then cast it aside. Their play is not always playful, where at times they test their environment and the capabilities of their comrades.
With slick choreography, a live and original music score accompanied by a beautiful lighting design, the viewer is invited to look to the Expanse and its performers and witness them experience harmony and isolation, unity and conflict.
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Choreographer & Director: Rob Heaslip
Original Music: Ross Whyte
Dramaturg: Brigid McCarthy
Lighting Designer: Rob Moloney
Costume Designer: Aaron Jeffrey
Management: Jennifer Phillips
April 20 2018, at 03:34pm
We are painting over the Maser Mural (again). The Charities Regulator has informed Project Arts Centre that the display of Maser’s ‘Repeal the 8th’ artwork is ‘political activity’ and that we are therefore in breach of the Charities Act 2009 and not in line with our ‘charitable purpose’. Should the artwork not be removed, we risk losing our charitable status. Project Arts Centre respects the authority of the Charities Regulator and will comply with their order to remove Maser’s artwork. Fiona Slevin, Chair of Project Arts Centre said: “The Board and executive of Project are conscious of their obligations…Read More
April 10 2018, at 10:29am
Since it was founded in 1966, Project Arts Centre has always placed the vision and freedom of expression of the artist at the centre of our work. We believe that all art is, in some way or other, indelibly political because it relates to the workings of the society from which it emerges. This artwork by Maser was first programmed at Project Arts Centre in July 2016 and was removed due to planning legislation. According to The Planning & Development Regulations 2001, Schedule 2, Part 2, Exempted Developments, Class 14, the mural is not subject to planning permission in the…Read More