- 28th JANUARY 2010 @ THE SHED – THE HOWL INTO THE HOLE
Two months (and maybe more) of research for a solution... and maybe a
door is opening...
Like when we discussed for the Planning Permission:
Thanks for all the received support through your emails
(now on file in the forum under "Shed Crew Support Letters", if you
like to have a look)
More will be appreciated, as the case will need to be examined further
and a fire certificate issued evidently soon. However, after some
clarifications with the Fire Officers and Engineers, we decided to re-
open in experimental way The Shed for the next two events, accepting
their own informal participation to next events, as they are becoming
curious to finally understand what is going on here and about The Shed
procedures, to find together the best and safest solution.
The collaboration of everybody will be required then to let events to
run in a smooth and safe environment in the respect of the common
space and its possibilities..
Main Fire Security works have been carried on during these months,
thanks to the prompt support of the landlords, this means that in few
weeks we may see an improvement in the site to guarantee some further
However the maximum collaboration from everyone is expected, as nobody
here is a passive spectator, but is a basic element for The Shed eco-
system to work and exist.
We will be able to see only at the end of this month what will really
happen of the space, that I hope survive with all my will.
Thanks again for your support.
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owner should be allowed.
Otherwise please write your notes or comments to
the debate will always help the growth and the improvement of the
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28th JANUARY 2009 @ THE SHED – THE HOWL INTO THE HOLE
8a Henrietta Lane
rear of King's Inn pub in Henrietta street )
Dublin 1 (top Capel
Suggested Donations(*): 8,00 Euro @THESHED
DOORS @ 8:00 pm till late
TO ACCESS YOU WILL NEED TO PROVIDE A PRINTED COPY OF THIS INVITE
The Shed is a private workspace aimed at experimentation in creative
and participative ways to socialize and communicate through the arts.
To enter you need to be participants in its projects.
Participation in The Howl Into The Howl is encouraged in a variety of
ways from providing feedback to and asking questions of the artists
to work specific interactions encouraged by particular artists.
Please note that following the last settings for the space security,
admission rules have become stricter and controlled by the Fire
ALL EVENTS ARE VIDEO AND SOUND RECORDED and participants agree to for
their image to appear in The Shed archives and publications.
Also they agree to leave a copy of each sound photo video recorded
material produced by them for the same scope.
Participation can be assured via a donation on the night, toward the
rent of the space, and once-off registration at the door entitling to
You agree to access a private workshop as collaborator and supporter
at your personal responsibility, provided the basic security condition
for the space to host you.
ACCESS IS LIMITED, DEPENDING ON EVENT.
YOU WILL BE REFUSED ACCESS IF YOU ARE NOT PRE- BOOKINGand showing a
printed copy of this presentation
PRE-BOOKING participation is COMPULSORY in the event
with the full name of each participant and one contact number per
Bring a printed copy of this email invite (sent to you after booking
in case you are not already registered)
THITH - THE HOWL IN THE HOLE
by SEAMUS BRADLEY
Write the full name of each booking person, one tel. number for the
and eventually an email address for the list.
I will only reply if the event has been booked out.
All events are meant as collaborative, interactive and on site.
THEY ARE ALL VIDEO/PHOTO/SOUND RECORDED.
The Howl Into The Hole is a new monthly workshop experiment in
ephemeral art curated by SEAMUS BRADLEY
Rory released his first album Sketches From The Big Sleep in 2010. An
offering at once both dense and delicate in its instrumentation and
arrangement. For the THITH, Rory will be focusing on his experimental
side, creating meandering loop-based electro-acoustic sounds from
various intruments and objects (including his trusty bicycle wheel!),
with a few great songs from the album thrown in for good measure. An
up and coming talent as you will rarely see him.
A student of Visual Art at IADT, Colin has been experimenting for
years with found sounds and guitar loops, previously focusing on the
use of analogue tape recorders to capture his sounds. This will be
Colin's first performance of the digitized version of this work.
Lorna is a final year student of Visual Art at IADT, specializing in
performance art.. Her work, mainly developed on her farm in Westmeath,
deals with the Irish people's strong (bordering on obsessive)
connection to the land and women's changing place in that dynamic. Her
performance on the night will be the first time Lorna has adapted her
work to a specific urban environment.
My work explores the idea of the confinement of the conscious mind and
the desire to transcend this state of being, whereby ambiguous figures
appear lost between two worlds; between the weight and the pervasive
awareness of consciousness and the desire to escape this reality. By
consciousness I am referring to an awareness of external experiences
and environments, of internal thoughts both negative and positive, of
memories of the past and a projected future and of the physical body
itself. The relationship between the confined physicality of our lived
environments and day-to-day experiences act as a metaphor for the
imprisonment of consciousness which manifests itself in my work
through the depiction of ordinary, often domestic space, where the
bridge between the outside world and the internal being has become
transparent and uncertain.
The place the figures inhabit is a kind of limbo, an unsure state
between dreams and awareness, watching and waiting, human contact and
isolation, and the illusion of domestic security and the uncertainty
and allure of the potential wilderness outside, along with the
physical and psychological limitations that restrain us. The figures
are in a transient, ephemeral state where the relationship between
time, memory and space has become fluid.
Slow, Children is made up of artist Seamus Bradley and musician /
sound engineer Oliver Kirwan and will, throughout the night provide a
mix of sounds through DJing and live electronics, responding at each
event to the particular themes brought up by other participating
(*)Suggested Donation means that you are expected to donate the
mentioned amount as you are one, and maybe the sole active supporter
of the space row costs.If you like to donate something more you are
welcome, if you are in great difficulty, you will be allowed to enter
even from less.
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