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Emerging Patterns is a series of short events held in the grounds of IMMA created in direct conversation with the museum’s current exhibitions, and in particular with this very singular moment in time – as we tentatively emerge from a unique period in our combined social history. This series of events offers moments to showcase some of the best in live and atmospheric music, spoken word and performance.

Each offering looks to utilise the setting, content and format of each show to investigate where the boundaries of gathering together were, are now, and will be in the future.

Emerging Patterns #1: Featuring Dreamcycles and R.Kitt
Date & time: Saturday, 4 September, 3.30pm-5pm
Location: Formal Gardens Terrace
No booking required.

Emerging Patterns #2
Date & time: Sunday, 3 October/ 11am-1pm
Location: Gardeners House, Formal Gardens
Tickets required, tickets will be made available shortly.



Established in 2021, Homebeat has grown from humble beginnings as a series of celebrated, local artist centric house-concerts, to its current guise. Holding a heartfelt position as one of the most forward leaning independent creators and curators of innovative and atmosphere led music events across the country. As true believers in the wealth of artistic talent on this island, they are passionate in their will to provide a platform for that talent which allows a true connection between act and audience.

Robbie Kitt

Robbie Kitt

Robbie Kitt is an electronic music, DJ and collaborative practice artist. He make instrumental music for dancefloor envorinments with a compositional focus on the evocative, transformative, social and meditative experiences that can occur there. He is interested in the affective, communicative and social nature of the non-linguistic aspects of musical form and how this can manifest in the simple, effective structures within electronic music. He is an organiser of/performer at a club night called Dip, hosted at the now closed communitiy arts space in Dublin, Jigsaw. He is one of three people involved in Give Us the Night, a grassroots campaign fighting for better conditions for late night music venues. He is one of the adminstrators of The Ecliptic, an artist run newsletter and calendar for circulating info about upcoming events, works and social meet ups. He has performed extensively across the festival and club circuit. He runs his own label, Orainn, and has released through several international labels



Jennifer Moore a multi-disciplinary artist working with sound production, performance, music and writing. She has developed her work primarily within Irish DIY music and art communities and organisations in Ireland over the past four years. Her production work incorporates everyday implements, voice and electronic composition as well as field recording and archival internet and radio documentation. She has written and produced music for moving image works such as Yoga for The Eyes (Cork International Film Festival 2019) for installation (Waterbodies, Catalyst Belfast 2020) as well releasing music with labels in Ireland and abroad under her alias Dreamcycles. Her most recent album ‘Channels of Time’ released with Dublin based label Wherethetimegoes on August 23rd, 2021.