Live Collision presents

Performance

LIVE COLLISION INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL 2014

Dates: 23 Apr - 26 Apr

Tickets: €15 - €12 with a number of free events (Live Collision Festival Pass: All three nights show in Project - Cube for just €30! (Book before 16 April.) Contact our box office on 01-8819613 for more information.)

Live Collision International Festival 2014 – a festival of live art creating extraordinary experiences for audiences and artists alike.

A kaleidoscopic adventure beaming within Project Arts Centre and out across the city into hidden locations, public addresses, covert identities, unknown callers, secret exchanges, collective actions and through moments of perfect isolation…

Live Collision is for the culturally curious and a curious culture; blurring the edges of the performance space between the real and the imagined; suggesting alternative experiences through adventure seeking, provocation and simple acts of the imagination.

Live Collision is questioning what are our obligations to act on our political and cultural beliefs,  and how does this impact our sense-of-self? How do we consider those actions in relation to our city, to public space and our cultural gatherings? What are the consequences and how do we devise the outcomes?

Established in 2009 by Lynnette Moran, Festival Director & Founder, Live Collision has grown a reputation as an exciting curatorial model of live art and a platform for radical performance makers, bringing some of the most exciting national and international artists to Dublin with challenging works that encourage audiences to experience live performance in fresh new ways. Measuring the distance between ‘liveness’ and ‘remoteness’, between the ‘real’ and the ‘imagined’.

National and International Artists include – Blast Theory | Laurence Payot | Third Angel | Jesse Jones | Amanda Coogan | Vaari Claffey (Gracelands) | Veronica Dyas | Anna Furse (Athletes of the Heart) | Liadain Herriott | Martin Sharry | Francis Fay | Adam Fearon & Niamh McCann | Feidlim Cannon (Brokentalkers) | Ayo & Oni Oshodi | Rich Walsh & David Wall | Live Art Study Room & Archive (Live Art Development Agency)

Live Collision International Festival is supported by Arts Council’s Festival and Events Scheme, Dublin City Council, Project Arts Centre, Create, Dublin Fringe Festival’s Fringe Lab, Culture Ireland, British Council, The Workman’s Club, and in 2014 we welcome new partners The Library Project, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Pop Up Happenings and Science Gallery.

 

Cube

Thursday, 24 April (8.15pm) – This Is My Body by Veronica Dyas / When We Were Birds by Anna Furse

Friday, 25 April (6.15pm) – The Brain is a Barricade by Jesse Jones

Friday, 25 April (8.15pm) – Without You I Am Nothing by Martin Sharry / The Audition by Vaari Claffey

Saturday, 26 April (8.15pm) – Where Sundew Grows by Liadain Herriott / 600 People by Third Angel

 

Durational Work – Saturday, 26 April

Amanda Coogan, I’ll sing you a song from around the town (3.00pm – 8.00pm, Project Cube) – Free

Francis Fay, Shall We Dance (9.45pm – 12.45pm, Space Upstairs) – Free

 

Off-Site Events

Blast Theory present Dial Ulrike and Eamon Compliant (24 – 26 April, 24 hours)

Laurence Payot presents Let Us Be Great (Meeting points and times on www.livecollision.com)

 

Special Events

Third Angel present Inspiration Exchange (25 April, 3.00pm – 6.00pm, Project Arts Centre foyer)

Live Art Party (26 April, 9.30pm til late, Project Arts Centre bar)

For more information on Live Collision International Festival’s full programme and details about off-site performances and workshops, visit their website by clicking here!

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