14 & 15 June, 11.30am - 4.30pm
16 June, 11am - 3.45pm
Crawford Art Gallery
- Regular Price €5
Full wheelchair access via a ramp and bathroom on site. Lift to upper floors. Full access for visually Impaired, guide dogs welcome.
As Far As My Fingertips Take Me is an encounter through a gallery wall between an audience member and a refugee. Their fingertips touch without seeing each other. The refugee will mark the audience. The audience will listen to those who have recently challenged border discrimination. Those stories can be kept or washed away.
Tania El Khoury commissioned musician and street artist Basel Zaraa who was born a Palestinian refugee in Syria to record a song inspired by the journey his sisters made from Damascus to Sweden.
CREATION BY Tania El Khoury
PERFORMED BY Basel Zaraa
SONG BY Basel Zaraa (vocals, bass and keyboard): with Emily Churchill Zaraa (vocals), Pete Churchill (music production) and Katie Stevens (flute and clarinet).
Commissioned by "On The Move" LIFT 2016 in partnership with Royal Court Theatre, London.