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Continue Reading

A Journey Through Sound, Movement & Technology

"Continue Reading" by Tadhg Kinsella is a sound exhibition exploring disability and queer identity through sonic discovery and experimentation. The exhibition and associated events will run from 2 to 4 May 2024 at The Complex Gallery.

This is the first solo sound exhibition by Tadhg, an internationally-recognised, award-winning live electronics musician, composer and classically trained percussionist. Dyslexic and non-binary queer, Tadhg advocates for accessibility and inclusivity in their work, actively participating in the Irish arts and queer scene.

This project’s title is inspired by the dread Tadhg experienced during their school days whenever they were asked to ‘Continue reading’. Embracing the advantages and disadvantages of dyslexia, in this exhibition Tadhg is offering a visceral understanding of the condition, with thematic pre-programmed rhythms and noise elements, inspired by their relationship to reading and writing.

Launching on the evening of Thursday 2 May, Continue Reading will feature a ticketed live performance with contemporary dancer Nick Nikolaou on the evening of Friday 3 May, and will close on Saturday 4 May with a ticketed solo audio visual performance by Tadhg.

The sound installation will be open to all on the afternoons of 3 and 4 May.

Supported by the Arts Council’s Arts and Disability Connect Scheme managed by Arts & Disability Ireland, with support from The Complex and Unit 44. @artsanddisabilityireland @complexdublin @kirkos_ensemble


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