[How] WE GOT THE EARTH:
An Instructional Performance
We have visitors and they have news to tell! Join us for an evening discussion with our comrades from somewhere further away in time (but not too far), about the future they won and what they did to get there.
[How] We Got the Earth is a live work of speculative fiction. Our panel of time travellers has returned from a better place and time. But how did they get there in the first place? And what’s it like? Our friends from the future will describe the world they’ve helped to create, chronicle the means and methods of reaching this future-perfect time, and suggest strategies that can help us embark on this journey of transformation and temporal exploration together.
Yurika Higashikawa (M.E.R.J)
Michelle Connolly (D.C.H.A)
Evgeny Shtorn (M.A.S.I)
Cearbhall Turraoin (T.E.N.I)
Facilitated by: Kerry Guinan
This performance will serve to inaugurate our series of launch events for our 2020 programme We Only Want The Earth, and to introduce its aims and ambitions, collaborators and accomplices. Encompassing dialogue and performance the evening will allow for attendees to pose their questions about how we got the earth to our panel of visitors from the future.
Thurs 13th Feb
7pm – 10pm
A4 Sounds Gallery
This event is free but booking is required.
Seating is limited to 60 persons.
This is a free event, however if you earn a living wage or above, we would ask you to purchase a ticket to help us cover the wages of cultural workers on our programme. Ireland’s Living Wage for 2019 was €12.30 per hour or a yearly salary equivalent of approx €25.2K.
This event will take place in our gallery which is wheelchair accessible.
The gallery is approx 5m walk from the front door.
There is a garden with benches and stool adjacent to the gallery for breaks if needed.
We will have standard canteen seating and benches. If you require more comfortable seating please let us know and we can let you know what additional options we have available.
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.