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River Drawing Experiment Video

I wanted to experiment with mixing some of the material I had gathered from moving image, night time stills and drawings from the off cuts of boat building from the Workman’s Boat Club. I am interested in layering the media and materials echoing the forms and blurring between drawing and still image and looking at the moving image as a constantly moving tracing line so sometimes the forms hover or appear to be there like an afterimage or echo.


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Thank you

 

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A sincere thank you for all who attended the event last Saturday. It was an amazing day and we have got some very positive feedback. Here are some images from the day. We will be putting together a post with more images later in the month.


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Sounding Lines Multimedia Artwork Trail Saturday 30th August 2014

Just a reminder that the Sounding Lines Multimedia Artwork Trail Saturday takes place this Saturday  30th August.

Time: 11am-4pm

Location: Tow path the first 2.5 km starting at Kilsheelan towards Carrick On Suir

In advance of the Sounding Lines Multimedia Artwork Trail if you can download a Free QR Code Scanner and Reader onto your smart phone or iPhone

here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=me.scan.android.client&hl=en

or here: https://itunes.apple.com/ie/app/bakodo-barcode-scanner-qr/id371932548?mt=8

Remember to wear sturdy footwear. Hopefully the weather will go our way. We are both looking forward to the event!

 


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Experimental Interventions on the Towpath II

Rowing Video Projected

We have been experimenting with projecting videos from the project in the natural and built environment along the towpath in preparation for the Sounding Lines Multimedia Art Trail this Saturday 30th August 11am-4pm starting from Kilsheelan (first 2.5km along towpath towards Carrick on Suir) as part of National Heritage Week. All welcome!

 

 

Here a short video from one of the arched Boat Sheds.


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John Quinlan – Local Historian

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On our last walk along the River Suir we met with John Quinlan – local historian and character. His family have lived alongside the river since the early 1800s and he told us fascinating stories of the history of the bridge at Kilsheelan and how it was blown up during the Civil War and the role this had in local history. John was responsible for campaigning for a plaque commemorating the soldier killed when it was blown up. We hope to reivist John and record some of his stories.