Have your day in court on Culture Night as Philip Fogarty, in association with Galway Court Service, is staging an exciting interactive piece in Galway Courthouse, Three Dream Echo
At once compelling and unnerving, the Three Dream Echo takes up and responds to the sounds and movements of guests with the help of a little technology in both audio and visuals.
‘Part AI, part human, part dream’, it continues a series of live events by Philip Fogarty which invite the guest to participate in the sound-making process, as simultaneous listener and performer.
Composer, musician, and vocalist Philip Fogarty has toured his original work with live ensembles in various configurations both in Ireland and abroad.
His work runs the gamut from his roots in Irish traditional to rock, electronica and contemporary, having featured in installations, soundtrack and theatre.
Recent projects include I Claim Sanctuary, a sound installation due to be staged later this year in conjunction with Paper Boat, an opera presented by Music for Galway in association with Irish National Opera.
Admission to the event is free, but please note that Covid 19 regulations will be strictly adhered to for this performance.
No more than three people will be admitted to the supervised space at any time, in which case these persons must be members of the same household.
Entry will not be permitted to any person without a face covering, and no children will be admitted unaccompanied. All measures subject to review.
What do you sound like in the Three Dream Echo? Come along to Galway Courthouse at 8pm on Culture Night and find out!