ROTATOR: Performances/events

Ruth Clinton & Niamh Moriarty

Performances and responses are scheduled to take place in and around the gallery and the artists’ studio at Pallas Projects/Studios. Please see details below, and follow this link to book for the screennings and Full Moon performance (no booking necessary for the tour on the 22nd).


08/03 & 15/03: A selection of short archival documentary films will be screened in the artists' studio from 7pm. 

A Stranger's Notebook on Dublin (1966) 23'00". Directed by Chris Malkeiwicz: Impressions of Dublin in the 1960s, including St. Patrick's Cathedral, Marsh's Library, the river Liffy and the crypts in St. Michan's Church. Narrated by Aidan Grennell.

Fishambles (1981) 16'23". Produced and directed by Thaddeus Breen; written by Mark Clinton: Silent film made by archaeologists working on the excavation of the Viking site at Wood Quay and Fishamble Street, Dublin.

Poddle culvert footage (2012) 10'00". Courtesy of Dublin City Council Drainage Department: A tour of a section of the River Poddle as it flows beneath the city.

A Walk Along the Poddle (1975) 21'16" Filmed and directed by Gerard O'Kelly: A short film following a young girl as she walks the course of The River Poddle, from the foothills of the Dublin Mountains to Wellington Quay where it meets the River Liffey

22/03: Michael O' Rourke, philosopher and co-founder of the Dublin Unit for Speculative Thought and Jeffrey Jerome Cohen, English professor and Director of Medieval and Early Modern Studies at the George Washington University will discuss ROTATOR in relation to aspects of their own work. This will take the form of a tour, led collaboratively with the artists. Begins at 7pm.

27/03: A performance scheduled to coincide with the full moon, details to become clear on the night. There will be a limited number able to participate, for that reason please apply via the booking link, the audience will be chosen by lottery. Performance starts at 9pm.