A work in progress extract of a newly commissioned site-specific performance artwork in the form of a short film by Maia Nunes.
This experimental work reinterprets “A River Claiming It’s Due” (an Irish folklore tale of a lake calling for the inevitable death of its next victim) as a story of inner conflict and spiritual rebirth.
Original soundscape, costume and movement are woven together in a transformational journey of spirit and flesh, seduction and illusion, summoning and willpower, resistance and surrender.
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Live Collision is funded by Arts Council and Dublin City Council. Taking place at Project Arts Centre on Fri 08th and Saturday 09th December.
Project Arts Centre is proudly supported by The Arts Council and Dublin City Council.