Entirely hollow aside from the dark 2017 tour

Entirely hollow aside from the dark is a psycho-acoustic sound performance within caves; ancient natural auditoriums carved into the underbelly of Ireland’s countryside. Using the cave as a physical metaphor for the mind the cavern personifies an assumed consciousness. In the darkness, a symphony of sounds unfold from the fissure between reality and imagination, swirling an inner dialogue down a curious yet treacherous path of self-identity.

Entirely hollow aside from the dark is an artwork created by AlanJames Burns, made in collaboration with writer Sue Rainsford and sound editor Ian Dunphy.

Entirely hollow aside from the dark was initially commissioned by Fingal County Council Arts Office. The 2017 national tour is core funded by the Arts Council of Ireland Touring and Dissemination of Work Scheme. 

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More Information

info@entirelyhollowasidefromthedark.com

Press enquiries: sabrinasheehan@missionpr.ie 

www.alanjamesburns.com 

         

 

 

Tickets will be free but limited due to location and booking will be essential.

Dates subject to change and weather conditions.

For regular information on tickets, dates and the tour, follow the project here: InstagramFacebookTwitter.

Kesh Caves, Keshcorran Co. Sligo,
27, 28, 29 July
Book tickets here
in conjunction with Tread Softly Festival, supported by Sligo County Council, Sligo Arts Service, Creative Ireland, The Fox’s Den Public House
Lickhill Cave, Skibbereen Co. Cork,
2 & 3 August
Book tickets here for Wed 2 August
Book tickets here for Thurs 3 August
in conjunction with Skibbereen Arts Festival, supported by Cork Arts Office, Cork County Council
Aillwee Cave, The Burren, Co. Clare,
24 & 25 August
Book tickets here for 24th Aug @ 9pm
Book tickets here for 24th Aug @ 11pm
Book tickets here for 25th Aug @ 9pm
Book tickets here for 25th Aug @ 11pm
in conjunction with Heritage Week, supported by Clare Arts Office, Clare County Council, Clare Heritage Office, Creative Ireland, Burren and Cliffs Of Moher Geo Park
Smuggler’s Cave, Portrane, Co. Dublin,
10, 11, 12, 13 September
(booking available here on 27 August 2017)
in conjunction with Fingal County Council’s Arts Office’s Resort Revelations Programme at the Bleeding Pig Festival and supported by Lynders Mobile Home Park, Portrane.
Marble Arch Global GeoPark Cave, Boho Waterfall, Enniskillen, Fermanagh,
29 September
(booking available here on 14 September 2017)
Supported by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, Cavan County Council, Cavan Arts Office, Creative Cavan, Creative Ireland, Marble Arch Caves UNESCO Global Geopark, Boho Community Group 
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Entirely hollow aside from the dark 2017 tour

Entirely hollow aside from the dark is a psycho-acoustic sound performance within caves; ancient natural auditoriums carved into the underbelly of Ireland’s countryside. Using the cave as a physical metaphor for the mind the cavern personifies an assumed consciousness. In the darkness, a symphony of sounds unfold from the fissure between reality and imagination, swirling an inner dialogue down a curious yet treacherous path of self-identity.

Entirely hollow aside from the dark is an artwork created by AlanJames Burns, made in collaboration with writer Sue Rainsford and sound editor Ian Dunphy.

Entirely hollow aside from the dark was initially commissioned by Fingal County Council Arts Office. The 2017 national tour is core funded by the Arts Council of Ireland Touring and Dissemination of Work Scheme.

Follow the Tour

IG: @entirelyhollowasidefromthedark

FB: fb.com/entirelyhollowasidefromthedark

T: @entirely_hollow

More Information

info@entirelyhollowasidefromthedark.com

Press enquiries: sabrinasheehan@missionpr.ie 

www.alanjamesburns.com 

 


Tickets will be free but limited due to location and booking will be essential.

Dates subject to change and weather conditions.

For regular information on tickets, dates and the tour, follow the project here: InstagramFacebookTwitter.

Kesh Caves, Keshcorran Co. Sligo,
27, 28, 29 July 2017

Book tickets here

in conjunction with Tread Softly Festival, supported by Sligo County Council, Sligo Arts Service, Creative Ireland, The Fox’s Den Public House

Lickhill Cave, Skibbereen Co. Cork,
2 &3 August 2017

Book tickets here for Wed 2 August
Book tickets here for Thurs 3 August

in conjunction with Skibbereen Arts Festival, supported by Cork Arts Office, Cork County Council

Aillwee Cave, The Burren, Co. Clare,
24 &25 August 2017

Book tickets here for 24th Aug @ 9pm
Book tickets here for 24th Aug @ 11pm
Book tickets here for 25th Aug @ 9pm
Book tickets here for 25th Aug @ 11pm

in conjunction with Heritage Week, supported by Clare Arts Office, Clare County Council, Clare Heritage Office, Creative Ireland, Burren and Cliffs Of Moher Geo Park

Smuggler’s Cave, Portrane, Co. Dublin,
10, 11, 12, 13 September 2017

(booking available from 27 August 2017)

in conjunction with Fingal County Council’s Arts Office’s Resort Revelations Programme at the Bleeding Pig Festival and supported by Lynders Mobile Home Park, Portrane.

Marble Arch Global GeoPark Cave, Boho Waterfall, Enniskillen, Fermanagh,
29 September 2017

(booking available from 14 September 2017)

Supported by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, Cavan County Council, Cavan Arts Office, Creative Cavan, Creative Ireland, Marble Arch Caves UNESCO Global Geopark, Boho Community Group