A space to ingest and digest three courses of food, nourishment and ideas about Live Art Practice.
Live Collision festival director, Lynnette Moran has invited the highly acclaimed artist and convener Gaylene Gould to host an afternoon of conversation designed as a once-off memorable experience for those who attend. Alongside food artist and innovator Dee Maher, we invite you to explore a nourishing and thoughtful menu of food and conversation. Transforming the Cube at Project Arts Centre into a Winter Salon, together with guest artists from across our festival community, we will explore and discuss the conditions needed to make Live work now and in the future.
Welcome – get the juices flowing
Course 1: Roots
Course 2: Food for thought
Course 3: Fermentation
A sweet finish and cosy take-home
“I’ve always enjoyed smudging the lines between a variety of creative disciplines and recently this has meant exploring how I can tell stories and elevate experiences through a thoughtful consideration of food and nutrition. I’ve carefully chosen the ingredients to ensure each mouthful is packed with the nutrients needed to keep our participants strong for the task! I hope these highly considered morsels provide food for thought on many different levels.” – Dee Maher
Artists include – Gaylene Gould, Dee Maher, Beki Bateson, Iarlaith Ni Fheorais, Osaro Azams and many more…
“The festival’s central aim was, and still is, to create a hub for conversation about contemporary culture and the creative and lived identities that expand boundaries. Now seems like a fitting time to gather the artists, audiences and communities that Live Collision has nurtured and to imagine the future together.”
— Gaylene Gould
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Live Collision is funded by Arts Council and Dublin City Council. Taking place at Project Arts Centre on Fri 08th and Saturday 09th December.
Project Arts Centre is proudly supported by The Arts Council and Dublin City Council.