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Live Collision International Festival presents
Dates: 19 Apr - 19 Apr
Show Time: 8pm
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This is a multi-disciplinary research project that is looking at creating theatre from newspaper articles published on the 13th March 2012. The project is about exploring the recreation of reality, epistemology and how we understand historical time.
The justification for the showing is to take the right amount of time to digest one day’s worth of news, instead of the meager 24 hours that we typically take. On the 13th of March 2012 a bus in Switzerland crashed killing 22 Belgian children on their way home from a school tour. These are the news stories from that day.
Please note this is a work-in-development and a first outing for the work. Audiences will be invited to critically respond to the work as part of our Scratch programme and developments of works at Live Collision.
This project has been supported by the Arts Council Ireland.
Duration: 1hr 50mins
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This project has been supported by the Arts Council Ireland. Please note this is a work-in-development and a first outing for the work.
LIVE COLLISION, established in 2009 by Lynnette Moran is Ireland’s leading curatorial model of Live Art; both an international festival and year-round Creative Producing house redefining the ways that artists create, engage and collide through live performance and digital platforms. Supporting artists working across and between disciplines and creating fresh new experiences for audiences.
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