Lough Lannagh Ripples
Matt and Rob’s artworks begin with the people it is for. Wherever possible they seek to work with the participants to generate an artwork, but try to avoid a tokenistic approach, and instead look for ways in which their actions or involvement can become the piece. They enjoy collecting the smallest actions and elevating then to a dramatic and fantastic scale.
Working with projection, light and sound, they seek to create works that directly stem from the buildings, spaces and places they engage with.
They seek through their work to animate, and create time based works that can be experienced as events and as transformations. By using light, sound and projection the actions of collaborators can be fused together to bring a space to life, and to allow audiences to view it in a new light.
‘Lough Lannagh Ripples’ was an interactive performance involving light by the side of the lake. The artists worked with students from St Gerald’s school, Davitt college and members of the Mayo Concert Orchestra in Castlebar, to choreograph this special once off performance.