Broken Biscuits II
Valerie Connor talked about the research and ideas behind the legacy project and the development of 'Still, We Work' on the day of the opening of the exhibition. The talk took place at Dance Limerick 12 October 2015. Photos by Matthew Gidney.
Lindie Naughton talked about Lady Mary Heath, born in Newcastle West, County Limerick, flew her tiny open-cockpit biplane from Cape Town to London in 1928 – the first solo pilot to make the trip: it took her three months. Lindie Naughton is the author of Lady Icarus the first full-length biography of Mary Heath. The talk was at Dance Limerick on the 13 October 2015. Photos by Matthew Gidney.
Born in Flames: Post-Pariarchal Archive in Circulation
A performance by Sarah Browne & Jesse Jones at the Captain’s Room in The Hunt Museum as part of their current project In the Shadow of the State, a co-commission by Create (Ireland), Artangel (UK) and supported by an Arts Council 2016 Projects Award. Through a workshop/demonstration format audience members participated by bringing material be to stamped - see more about the project on twitter as @pparchive. The event happened on 14 October 2015. Photos by Matthew Gidney.
Re-thinking 'The Legacy Project'
Miriam O’Connor was introduced by Noelle Collins and talked about the role of editing in her work and her more recent work around agriculture and farming. The talk was at LCGA on the 15 October 2015. Photos (1-3) by Paul Tarpey; (4-6) by Rory Prout.