Project Arts Centre presents

Talks and Readings


Dates: 15 Sep - 15 Sep

Show Time: 3:00pm

Tickets: €6



By Sorcha Kenny co curated by Lynnette Moran | Live Collision as part of ABSOLUT Fringe


Walking, We Ask Questions (Part 2) is an extension Walking, We Ask Questions, a 7 hour walk investigating the relationship between the public and private space through interventions and experiments in social choreography. As part of a new research project looking at the use of the body in protest, artist Sorcha Kenny invites you to actively consider the role of the pedestrian in shaping the city.

Join us for an afternoon of debate and discussion. Led by a specialist panel, we’ll be examining walking in art, the use of the body in protest and the impact of the ‘pedestrian’ in shaping the city.

Outline of Event:

Intro by Sorcha Kenny

David Landy – Assistant Professor on the MPhil in Race, Ethnicity and Conflict, Trinity College Dublin

Veronica Dyas – Performer and Theatre Maker

Nigel Rolfe (via skype) – Performance Artist and Visiting Professor in Fine Art at the Royal College of Art in London

Owen O’Doherty/Ali Grehan – PIVOT Dublin, a Dublin City Council initiative devised and co-ordinated by Dublin City Architects

Laurence Davis – Lecturer in Government at University College Cork, Ireland. A Series Editor of the Contemporary Anarchist Studies book series published by Continuum Press, and a founding member of the Anarchist Studies Network, he has written numerous articles and book chapters on anarchist and utopian political thought, democratic and revolutionary theory and practice, and the politics of art, work, and love.

Performance Dates, Tickets and Information

15 SEPT 2012 ~ Tickets


Duration: 150 mins

BOOKING: (+353 1) 881 9613


Group discounts available in advance only, ask to speak to Melanie or email (Mon-Fri during office hours)


Our seating is unreserved so you will choose your seat on the night of the performance. We advise you to arrive at least 10 minutes before the start time as we are unable to seat patrons once a performance has begun.

Before the show, why not…?

…have a look around our gallery. During exhibitions our gallery is open Mon-Sat from 11AM until the performance begins….

…or catch up with your friends by having a drink in our bar. We offer a full bar service so if you just can’t wait to talk about the show join us afterwards for another.

Parking Offer

Present your Project Art Centre ticket (evening performances only) at the Fleet Street Car Park and you will qualify for a special fixed price of just €5. Ask at box office for more information.


Want to grab a bite to eat before the show? Why not pop down to Milano Restaurant in Temple Bar and pick their pre-theatre menu – Pizza, Pasta or Salad plus and a glass of wine – for just €12.50. Available from 5pm -7pm, just show your tickets or email booking confirmation to avail of this offer.

And if you’re in a rush remember that Milano also delivers to Project Arts Centre. Choose from a range of delicious made to order pizzas delivered to you in our bar. No queues and no need to even leave the building. Ask a member of our bar staff for more information.

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