Through a series of visual diaries, audio works, conversations, playlists, walks, links, books, zooms and voice notes, artist-in-residence Peter Power will spend time with fellow makers reflecting on value and meaning in the digital urgency of our age.
Peter Power is a multidisciplinary Visual Artist, Composer, Sound Designer and Director from Waterford. He is the Artistic Director of the Award winning company Sparsile Collective creating immersive experiences led by music. He is also Director of Eat My Noise, a multi-genre audio duo that work in Composition, Event, Film, Television and Post-Production. Currently the Artist-In-Residence in the Cork Midsummer Festival, Peter is the outgoing Artist-In-Residence in the National Sculpture Factory. He is the winner of the Arts Council of Ireland Music Bursary award, Music and Theatre Project Awards, Theatre Bursary Award and most recently the Arts Grant Fund award and Visual Arts Commission Award. His current interests are in the connections between Digital and Live art.
Image: Laura Sheeran
Curated by Cork Midsummer Festival's Artist-in-residence Peter Power, this is an interactive document filled with conversations from artists around their experiences of lockdown life, digital art, and being moved 'online'.
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