In Flow comes to the Ennis Street Arts Festival after three sell out performances and as part of its West of Ireland tour.
In Flow is a unique and immersive performance fusing Electronic music, Gamelan percussion and Visuals.
Composed and performed by That’s Life Players in collaboration with Andrew Madec, In Flow brings the audience through a unique soundscape of electronically processed percussion gamelan samples fusing with live ensemble to create original inspiring work.
Having explored gamelan in a non traditional context with the release of “Gamelan Reimaginings”, Andrew continues on this path, this time in an Arts and Disability context collaborating with That’sLife players and Aengus Hackett. This collaboration has inspired new and inclusive ways of composing for gamelan and electronics.
The outcome, In Flow, is a beautiful atmospheric and textured work which no doubt will surprise, enchant and move the audience.
In Flow will be accompanied by the following supporting acts:
‘Silent Moves’, a film by Aideen Barry, Western Care’s Ridgepool Training Centre and Scannán Technologies. Introduced by actress Karen McDonnell. It is a simple story told in the way of old silent films. It explores the very real challenges faced by people with disabilities in our society. ‘Silent Moves’ challenges our ideas and assumptions about other people and what they are able to do creatively and artistically. This screening of Silent Moves is supported by The Artist Resource Room.
Look at Me now (a work in progress)
‘Look at Me Now’ (a work in progress) by Full Fathom Theatre Ensemble, directed by Marie McNamara and Shadow Work by Ana Colomer. A defiantly joyous and honest piece of ensemble theatre, created through the collection of stories of lives fully lived, which will leave you feeling uplifted and with a new perception of what it is to be human…
|6th July 2016|
|Dánlann an Chláir,
College Road, Ennis