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Dublin Fringe Festival: Emily Aoibheann presents
Dates: 18 Sep - 21 Sep
Show Time: 6.15pm
Tickets: €14 - 16 (Preview: €11)
Preview: 18 September, 6.15pm, €11
Matinee: 21 September, 1pm
Sept 21st Evening Performance: Please note that the performance start time on Sat 21st of September has been changed to 18:45 instead of 18:15.
If aerial is the dance of industrial technology, what will the dance of biotechnology be? This new work reinvigorates performance as a living and speculative environmental form, counter to a culture of repetition and resurrection, holding fast to an idea that the future is possible, desirable and beautiful.
This performance is part one of a twin production project on the themes of civilization and nature.
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Funded by the Arts Council Arts / An Chomhairle Ealoíon and Dublin City Council. Supported by and developed at Project Arts Centre and Creation Aerial Research & Ideas Studio, Dublin.
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