13TH OCT 2022 | 7PM – 9:30PM
Booking Essential | Limited Capacity
There will be a drinks reception in our garden from 7pm. Booking is essential as capacity on the evening is limited.
AN TIONSCADAL DROMCHLA EXHIBITION 00 offers the first public view into Lydia’s long term story-telling and world-building project. Consisting of 5 short stories and a gallery show, the collection explores relinquishing your physical self and achieving transcendence, the sabotage of a research experiment, the intimacy of transition, what we leave behind on monolithic server racks and the disappearance of a suburb.
Lydia MacBride is a self-taught digital artist and musician working across multiple mediums including graphic design, 3D modelling, illustration and web design. Lydia utilizes these mediums in her storytelling to explore themes of anti-colonialism, anti-capitalism, Irish language and folklore and magic.
Lydia is the recipient of We Only Want the Earth 2022, Residency Award One.
Further Information: https://a4sounds.org/an-tionscadal-dromchla/
Social distancing measures:
All of the A4 Team are fully vaccinated and are adhering to social distancing rules.
To ensure the safety of our visitors and our studio members we have limited capacity to the opening, and it will take place outdoors in our garden area.
Masks are to be woren indoors at all times.
Small groups can view the exhibiton in intervals during the opening. No drinks can be consumed in the gallery.
We encourage folks who are able to, to walk or cycle to the gallery.
Our accessibility information is below. Full info: https://bit.ly/3CckePp
Exhibition Specifc Information
The gallery is completely white with a white subfloor.
There are a number of sculptures in the room including 2 large pillars, a desk with some computer objects and an overhead projector.
There are large text pieces and drawings painted onto the walls.
There are prints and lightboxes hanging on the walls.
There is an an audio piece playing in the gallery. It is an experimental electronic music sound piece playing through speakers throughout the gallery space.
The sound piece will move around the gallery coming from different speakers at different times. It does not contain harsh noises and is not played at a loud volume.
Our gallery is located on the ground floor and is accessible.
There is a small ramp into the gallery space.
There is a wooden subfloor in the gallery space
There is no seating in the gallery space but comfortable seating can be provided.
Our bathrooms are gender-neutral
Our bathrooms are not wheelchair accessible. They are located on the first floor via a flight of stairs (approx 22 steps) so may also be inaccessible for people with movement impairments.
If you have specific needs that are not included in this information please get in touch via and we will work with you to ensure you are comfortable on your visit. You can email us via email@example.com.