A visual arts event that asks the question: What are the demands of time?
National Sculpture Factory
in collaboration with the
Cork Midsummer Festival
Venue: National Sculpture Factory
Date: Sun 21st June
Time: 20:00 – 24:00
Taking place throughout the evening of the longest day of the year, ‘Time Machine’ will present a series of artists film works and actions, which present contradictory and subjective perceptions of time.
Devised by Hollie Kearns and Rosie Lynch as part of their Im/Plant residency at National Sculpture Factory. With contributions from Ruth Lyons (visual artist), Katherine Waugh (curator, writer, filmmaker), Sarah Lincoln (visual artist) and hospitality by Fennelly’s of Callan.
Throughout the NSF Ruth Lyons, Afterings
Irish Rock Salt sculptures carved into shaped bowls.
20:15 – 20:45 Philip Stokes
A talk on Clocks and Clock-making.
21:15 – 22:00 Katherine Waugh
Presentation on radical ideas of time from philosophy, art, film.
22:45 – 23:00 Sarah Lincoln,
Other Slippages, a short presentation on erosion. A performative lecture in which Sarah will respond to particular remnants along a stretch of Co. Waterford shoreline.
Throughout the Night Paul Hegarty
Sound performances throughout the night.
Smoked mackerel and summer flower drinks served by Fennelly’s of Callan.
for further updates please keep an eye on the Cork Midsummer Festival Website :