Luca Truffarelli as part of Dublin Dance Festival



Dates: 17 May - 28 May

An installation and short video by Luca Truffarelli, developed for Embodied, a GPO: Witness History Public Art Commission.

As part of this project, Truffarelli is documenting the site specific series of dance pieces and is presenting his work alongside the performances in April at the GPO, and again here at Project during the festival in May.

He invites us to experience the present as a personal journey via an interactive mixed media installation piece.

A short video piece will be shown as part of the work, representing the endless voyage of a soul through past, present and future.


This exhibition is supported by GPO Witness History and An Post.

Photo credit: Luca Truffarelli

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