Installations at LCGA


TOMORROW, TODAY WILL BE YESTERDAY 2015 | Sound/Video Art Collective Exhibition | Open Call Concept: Rui Almeida Sound artists from all over the world were invited to create a sound piece and video/photos, where the sound would be presented, followed by the images.  With the images presented randomly, the suggestion is to explore the way that sounds shape visuals and vice-versa. Artists: Alfredo Costa Monteiro (PR/ES), Artificial Memory Trace (Slawek Kwi) (CZ/UK), Darius Ciuta (LT), Elisabetta Senesi (IT), Fernando Ribeiro (PT), Iride Project: Massimo Davi & Monica Miuccio (IT/IE), John F. Barber (US), Juan Carlos Vasquez (CO/FI), Lin Culbertson (US), Loren Chasse (US), Luigi Morleo (IT), Luís Antero (PT), Manuel Rocha Iturbide (MX), Mathieu Ruhlmann (CA), MUfi.re (PT), Nichola Scrutton (UK), Nuno Miranda Ribeiro (PT), Osvaldo Cibils (UY/IT), Paul Collins (CA/FR), Philip Mantione (US), sonosFera (PT), Steve Roden (US), Takamitsu Ohta (JP), Una Lee (KR/UK). Further info

TOMORROW, TODAY WILL BE YESTERDAY
2015 | Sound/Video Art Collective Exhibition | Open Call
Concept: Rui Almeida

Sound artists from all over the world were invited to create a sound piece and video/photos, where the sound would be presented, followed by the images.  With the images presented randomly, the suggestion is to explore the way that sounds shape visuals and vice-versa.

Artists:
Alfredo Costa Monteiro (PR/ES), Artificial Memory Trace (Slawek Kwi) (CZ/UK), Darius Ciuta (LT), Elisabetta Senesi (IT), Fernando Ribeiro (PT), Iride Project: Massimo Davi & Monica Miuccio (IT/IE), John F. Barber (US), Juan Carlos Vasquez (CO/FI), Lin Culbertson (US), Loren Chasse (US), Luigi Morleo (IT), Luís Antero (PT), Manuel Rocha Iturbide (MX), Mathieu Ruhlmann (CA), MUfi.re (PT), Nichola Scrutton (UK), Nuno Miranda Ribeiro (PT), Osvaldo Cibils (UY/IT), Paul Collins (CA/FR), Philip Mantione (US), sonosFera (PT), Steve Roden (US), Takamitsu Ohta (JP), Una Lee (KR/UK).
Further info


SPACE, BODY, ACTION Ireland | 2015 | 16' loop | HD file screening through Q Lab Emma-Lucy O'Brien An interactive study looking at ways the body reacts to the built environments which frame us, and how the proportions of the body inform built space.  Visitors are invited to draw and map the movements of a figure as she balances within a fixed space.  Her positions have been influenced by images of the human figure from popular culture, the history of art, architecture, drama and dance. Created by Emma-Lucy O'Brien for VISUAL Carlow in collaboration with VISUAL Dance Artist-in-Residence Emma Martin, photographer Kilian Waters and dancer Justine Cooper.

SPACE, BODY, ACTION
Ireland | 2015 | 16' loop | HD file screening through Q Lab
Emma-Lucy O'Brien

An interactive study looking at ways the body reacts to the built environments which frame us, and how the proportions of the body inform built space.  Visitors are invited to draw and map the movements of a figure as she balances within a fixed space.  Her positions have been influenced by images of the human figure from popular culture, the history of art, architecture, drama and dance.

Created by Emma-Lucy O'Brien for VISUAL Carlow in collaboration with VISUAL Dance Artist-in-Residence Emma Martin, photographer Kilian Waters and dancer Justine Cooper.


LIFT, CARRY, HOLD US | 2010 | Single-channel HD video Douglas Rosenberg "The project is about the subtle negotiation that occurs in the moment when one person takes on the responsibility of the welfare of another.  Trust, faith and intimacy are all part of this work.  I invite the participants to allow me to lift and hold them for as long as my strength allows.  The time that each person spends in my grasp varies depending on their size and weight and my endurance at a given time.  There is no speaking during the sequence and all of the physical mechanics of the lift are navigated in silence at the moment of each interaction" - Douglas Rosenberg

LIFT, CARRY, HOLD
US | 2010 | Single-channel HD video
Douglas Rosenberg

"The project is about the subtle negotiation that occurs in the moment when one person takes on the responsibility of the welfare of another.  Trust, faith and intimacy are all part of this work.  I invite the participants to allow me to lift and hold them for as long as my strength allows.  The time that each person spends in my grasp varies depending on their size and weight and my endurance at a given time.  There is no speaking during the sequence and all of the physical mechanics of the lift are navigated in silence at the moment of each interaction" - Douglas Rosenberg


1001 LIGHTS Canada | 2016 | 15'57" | HD Video Triptych | Open Call | Premiere Director: Marlene Millar, Philip Szporer An impressionistic video installation revealing the intimate and life-affirming quality of the Sabbath candle-lighting ceremony through a hand gesture choreography and the documented ceremonies of 100 participants.

1001 LIGHTS
Canada | 2016 | 15'57" | HD Video Triptych | Open Call | Premiere
Director: Marlene Millar, Philip Szporer

An impressionistic video installation revealing the intimate and life-affirming quality of the Sabbath candle-lighting ceremony through a hand gesture choreography and the documented ceremonies of 100 participants.