rolling hills by Isolde Donohoe At Midsummer festival 2018


Isolde Donohoe | rolling hills
Curated by Katie O’Grady
in association with
National Sculpture Factory, Cork Midsummer Festival

The Guesthouse,
10 Chapel Street,
Shandon,
Cork

15th – 25th June
(various times – see timetable)
Opening Reception: Midsummer 21st June at 19:33

Timetable:
15th 05:14:00am-07:38:00,
16th 07:37:10-10:01:10,
17th 10:00:20-12:24:20,
18th 12:23:30-14:47:30,
19th 14:46:40-17:10:40,
20th 17:09:50-19:33:50,
21st 19:33:00-21:57:00,
22nd 21:59:00-00:23:00,
24th 00:25:00-02:49:00*
25th 02:51:00-05:15:00*

*night of 23rd
*night of 24th

rolling hills is a piece to visit with a stream and some rolling hills. The piece is available to see 2 hours 24 minutes a day, starting at dawn, 05:14am, on the first day of the festival and moving incrementally later until its ending at dawn, 05:15am, on the last day of the festival. This time together makes up a day in rolling hills, a plush gush woven into the festival as a whole. The piece will have a party on the summer solstice starting at 19:33 and ending at sundown at 21:57.

Isolde Donohoe
Conceived in Limerick City by Rory and Carol, born in Dublin City, raised in Clonmel and born again in Limerick City with the help of Limerick School of Art and Design, after which co-founded spacecraft artist studios and currently on residency in the National Sculpture Factory in Cork.

Participating artists:
Aoife Delany Reade
Aoife Lee
Conor Coady
Caspar McCabe
Day Magee
Isolde Donohoe
Niamh Dorgan

Timetable:
15th 05:14:00am-07:38:00,
16th 07:37:10-10:01:10,
17th 10:00:20-12:24:20,
18th 12:23:30-14:47:30,
19th 14:46:40-17:10:40,
20th 17:09:50-19:33:50,
21st 19:33:00-21:57:00,
22nd 21:59:00-00:23:00,
24th 00:25:00-02:49:00*
25th 02:51:00-05:15:00*

*night of 23rd
*night of 24th

Rolling hills is created by Isolde Donohoe, curated by Katie O’Grady and brought alive with a group of participating artists. The piece is made possible through Sample-Studios, TACTIC, National Sculpture Factory, The Guesthouse Cork and Midsummer Festival.