Choreography as Map-Making: Transforming Difficult Pasts through Dance

Fearghus Ó Conchúir, choreographer and dance artist, IRC Fellow at Maynooth Geography and Project Arts, and director of The Casement Project, shares his reflections about the ‘place of the wound’ in Ireland and ‘mapping spectral traces’. Photography Matthew Thompson, courtesy of the artist. As a choreographer, my particular attention has been to the formation of individual … More Choreography as Map-Making: Transforming Difficult Pasts through Dance

Suggestive dialogue can bring people together

Lucky Khambule, Movement of Asylum Seekers in Ireland, responds to the questions posed to participants of Mapping Spectral Traces 8: The Place of the Wound: “As a South African who grew up in the apartheid era, I have a negative experience of violence and injustice directly and indirectly due to the systematic oppression way of … More Suggestive dialogue can bring people together