THE AUDIO DETOUR XMAS SPECIAL

Dates: 16 Dec - 16 Dec

Tickets: €20

The audio detour Xmas special is a 45 minute guided mp3 tour that takes its participants through public and retail space in Dublin City Centre. Starting at the Project Arts Centre the audio detour Xmas special is designed to be taken by either three or four people who press play at the same time. The audio detour Xmas special invites you to use the shopping centre as a playground for choreographed interaction between you, your partners and the space. An alleyway becomes the site of a harmonious movement choir and Centra becomes the site of a time loop, layering choreography, narratives and soundscapes on top of everyday space.

Concept MAEBH CHEASTY

Text FIONA HALLINAN

Sound Design PETER MORROW

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