Far-flung Dances :
5 films responding to natural environments and presented in Libraries across Co. Tipperary, Ireland from Friday ‍02 ‍October
and online screenings until 11th October.
Bookings online at link below

This work is a co-commission by Tipperary Dance Platform and Tipperary Heritage Council. The commission invited a site-specific exploration through dance and movement responding to a selection of natural environments. The resulting collection of film works will be experienced in libraries across the county allowing visitors to discover and ask questions about our relationship to some of County Tipperary’s unique places.

The work emerged in close relationship with these natural environments, all of which have been allowed to restore to their native growth and ecologies. A sense of time, place and relationship unfolds as the dancers, environment and filmmaking find their balance together on site. The work negotiates time, scale and terrain while reflecting on ways of seeing, belonging and connecting to our natural world.

A site-specific exploration through dance, movement and film responding to a selection of County Tipperary’s unique and natural environments and places. The work unfolds in a series of 5 screendance episodes or visual poems, each with their own identity yet all intrinsically linked.

Director and Choreographer: Mary Wycherley
Performers: Marion Cronin, Sarah Ryan, Éile Simpson
Cinematographer: Raja Nundlall
Composer and Sound Design: Jürgen Simpson
Editor: Mary Wycherley
Camera Assistant: Gavin Reilly
Producers: Mary Wycherley, Tipperary Dance Platform
Assistant producer: Kristyn Fontanella
Colourist: John Talbot
Film Post Production: Panic Post Production
Sound Post Production: Jürgen Simpson
Production stills: Alexandre Iseli
Costumes: Mary Wycherley