Catch Keeley & Mary Sullivan Two Gather Together

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Saturday 11th June Mind Readers 12pm – 1pm & Glasses Glasses 2pm – 3pm | Double Bill of Performance Art with Catch Keeley & Mary Sullivan

In the performance of Mind Readers, we explore extra-sensory perception. In a meditative, reflective and empathetic way, involving a stilling of the mind in order to exchange thoughts, we visualise and illustrate, in word and image, what we think the other is thinking

In the performance of Glass Glasses, Keeley & Sullivan explore compromised visual sense, the body in space and how we negotiate that space as we walk towards, meet and walk on. The meeting in each instance has an unknown outcome. Will we pass each other with just a whisper of a touch, a soft gentle passing, or will it be a more physical forceful encounter? Are we watching where we are going?

Catch Keeley and Mary Sullivan, performing under the title of ‘Two Gather Together’ have just completed their second year in the DIT BA in Visual Art Degree course on Sherkin Island.

Sat 11th June 2016

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Double Bill of Performance Art with Catch Keeley & Mary Sullivan
Mind Readers from 12pm – 1pm & Glasses Glasses from 2pm – 3pm

In the performance of Mind Readers, we explore extra-sensory perception. In a meditative, reflective and empathetic way, involving a stilling of the mind in order to exchange thoughts, we visualise and illustrate, in word and image, what we think the other is thinking

In the performance of Glass Glasses, Keeley & Sullivan explore compromised visual sense, the body in space and how we negotiate that space as we walk towards, meet and walk on. The meeting in each instance has an unknown outcome. Will we pass each other with just a whisper of a touch, a soft gentle passing, or will it be a more physical forceful encounter? Are we watching where we are going?

Catch Keeley and Mary Sullivan, performing under the title of ‘Two Gather Together’ have just completed their second year in the DIT BA in Visual Art Degree course on Sherkin Island.

Urban Explorer 03-06-16

Urban Explorer 03-06-16

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Meeting at the Town Hall on Friday were a group of brilliant musicians mashing Claptons Cocaine with the Pogues Irish Rover. Some of them already knew the Rock some didn’t – but all welcomed the opportunity to get involved in plans for 23 June – pending other life commitments.

Urban Explorer 02-06-2016

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Impediments to moving ahead are being eliminated and the date for What You Seek is Here is set. St Johns Eve 23 June @ 7pm. This is the date originally intended and I am trying to figure out how I side tracked. Meeting at Liss Ard we framed the invitation and the schedule of things to happen in advance. Then we popped into Skibb CFRC to check dates and now we are good to go on 23 June. Interesting to see in the video that we are not the only ones paying homage to the work of Arseny Avramov and interesting too to know that Gregory Sholette who was part of the Venice Precarious Artists Pagent will be here in July as the Urban Explorer contribution to Skibbereen Arts Fest.

Urban Explorer 12-05-2016

Urban Explorer 12-05-2016

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Its not easy to get started again after the long break. Its fantastic to get the support of the artist in the community scheme, but in the intervening time between research phase and now we have got out of the habit of meeting. Summer brings with it lots of urgency to do things in the garden, in and on the sea and with other groups. So myself and Nick went to Lissard today to try out walking in procession singing/chanting and making noise. It was a perfect afternoon. We had the place to ourselves, glorious sunshine, glades of bluebells and the coolest lake. So its ideal for practicing. So we will meet there again next week.

Urban Explorer 03-03-2016

Urban Explorer 03-03-2016

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Core group participant biographies being collected ; Lorelie Tomko was born in New Jersey and raised in Seattle. She has lived in several US States also in Mexico, Kenya, Italy and Wales. While living in Wales she trained to be a spiritual healer and feels privileged to use this ability to help others. For over 25 years she has been active in theatre in Kenya, Italy, Wales, Washington and California. Now living in West Cork she is an avid hiker, poet and author of Say Jambo to the Man.

Urban Explorer 25-02-2016

Urban Explorer 25-02-2016

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Reddy spent some time taking photos today as a resource to the project online. We have reserved the website domain urbanexplorerproject.com and the Facebook name Skibbereen Urban Explorer for use in the next phase

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