To mark the closing of The Narrow Gate of the Here-and-Now: Queer Embodiment, Eimear Walshe will read from recent texts in the intimate setting of IMMA’s Garden Galleries.
Incisive, personal, and charged, Walshe’s work reflects on how social history resonates in the sexual mores of the present time. Writing features prominently in Walshe’s practice, whether through video, publishing or performances, this event offers a unique opportunity to hear some of this work read aloud by the artist.
Texts featured include The Piper’s Grip (2021), commissioned by Mirror Lamp Press, and FUCK BOX (2020) commissioned by TULCA, Galway. Walshe’s readings will be accompanied by musicians Seamas Hyland and Djackulate.
Limited tickets available, booking essential.
Please note that the material in this event contains adult themes, sexual references and mention of Garda violence.
Eimear Walshe (b.1992, they/them), is an artist from Longford. Their practice is based on research in fiscal and sexual economies and histories. They are a project studio member at TBS&S, and Research Associate at CCA Derry~Londonderry. Their work is held in the collections of The Arts Council and IMMA.
Djackulate is a two-time world champion turntablist, multi-instrumentalist improvising musician from Dublin. His practise incorporates virtuoso scratch musicianship with traditional, folk and modern instrumentation.
Seamas Hyland is a multi-instrumental traditional musician from Waterford based in Dublin. He plays accordion with Dundalk folk group The Mary Wallopers .
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