Another fantastic year of the New Voices Series, and we were lucky to host the event at Dublin Institute of Design on Kildare street for the third consecutive year.
This year brought a series of artist together under the theme of migration, with creative work from seven multidisciplinary artist. The exhibits were interactive and over 950+ crowds were able to get involved and participate in the work on show. I'd like to thank Centre for Creative Practices for bringing this show together and all who attended.
Please take a look at some of the pictures from the night if you missed the show. And remember culture should not be for one night! We need to ensure our government representatives understand this, in order for creativity to flourish!!
MIGRATION - FROM BURDEN TO OPPORTUNITIES
CFCP’s yearly series, New Voices of Ireland, features migrant, experimental and emerging artists, and focuses on socially relevant topics.
7 multidisciplinary artists from different origins present engaging, collaborative and participatory pieces:
El Putnam – an interactive performance “Blood – Soil
Eleonor Lawler – will investigate a history woven by and through its people.
Mark Lawlor– “Traffic” featuring 1,300 pairs of shoes made of cardboard and maps
Mirjana Reneduzic - a performative bilingual piece about a migrant artist
Olga Dziubak– an audio-visual installation about “How love overcomes borders”
Kiera O’Toole –an interactive happening on the topic insider/outsider
Csilla Toldy – Erasure - audiences engaging technique for creating poetry