As part of The Wild, Liv O'Donoghue presents

Exhibitions

TEN:Reworked

Dates: 09 Jan - 11 Jan

TEN is a study in pure movement, distilled from ten independent sections and developed into a duet.

Created by Liv O’Donoghue in collaboration with sound designer Tom Lane, the piece premiered in 2011.

Since then it has toured around Ireland, as well as to the Oslo Opera House (Norway), the Laiks Dejot Festival (Latvia) and the Festival Instances, (France).

TEN was previously presented at Project Arts Centre in 2013.

 

Liv O’Donoghue trained as a dancer and now works within a variety of performance practices. Her own work has been presented widely across Europe.

 

Performance:
Wed 11 Jan 6.30pm
No booking required

Liv will be resident in the space from Mon 9 Jan until the performance on Wed 11 Jan.

 

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