Gary Coyle

Performance

My Magnetic North

Dates: 19 Nov - 24 Nov

Show Time: 7.45pm

Tickets: €14-16

Preview: 7.45pm 19 November, €12

What’s the fallout when you lose your magnetic north and you find yourself directionless?

Gary Coyle is a Dublin based Artist whose work embraces various media, including photography, drawing and performance. His previous productions At Sea (2009) and Death In Dun Laoighaire (2006) delved into his own personal reflections of his hometown. Sometimes funny, sometimes dark, his work traces the human narratives that connect us all.

Combining moving images, photography and spoken word, My Magnetic North explores one man’s observations of places, death, and the passing of time. Expertly weaving together stories and portraits that document the familiar, Coyle finds the beauty and resonance in the everyday with meditations that are at once intimate and poignantly universal.

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Suitable for ages 16+

Contains adult content and material which some may find distressing.

Duration: Approx. 1 hr

Written and Performed by: Gary Coyle
Directed by: Gina Moxley

Supported by the Arts Council and Temple Bar Gallery + Studios.

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