25th June 2022
20th – 26th of June
Public Performance on Saturday 25th of June, 2pm -6pm*
“We are three disparate female and non-binary performance artists coming together to find new ways of continuing to make art in a post-pandemic world and to develop new and innovative methodologies that can be used by us and other artists. This project is about not just adapting and managing, but acknowledging that the world has changed and that our practices will never be the same. We want to use this project to develop new ways of working that encompass the past and the pandemic, but that adapt to us and our future.” Sinead O’Donnell
Irish performance artist Sinéad O’Donnell will collaborate with Selina Bonelli (Maidstone, England) and Marta Bosowska (Poznan, Poland) on a new disability-led project and hybrid way of creative engagement. After a period of online dialogue and virtual and in-person research, the project will culminate in a residency and live public performance in Belfast.
This project is funded by the Four Nations international fund by Arts council of Northern Ireland, Arts Council of England, Arts Council of Wales & Creative Scotland and supported by the Belfast based disabled-led arts charity The University of Atypical.
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Notes for editors
Project Title: Tairseach’ in Gaelic (meaning threshold in English, Próg in Polish). In the context of ‘the beginning of something’ to be explored.
Artists: Sinéad O’Donnell, Selina Bonelli, Marta Bosowska
Sinéad O’Donnell: Ireland
Marta Bosowska: Poland
Selina Bonelli: England
Sinéad – She/Her
Selina – They/Them
Marta – She/Her