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Moving Futures

Commissioned by the ESB Brighter Future Arts Fund in partnership with Business to Arts

Moving Futures

Dublin Dance Festival is delighted to partner with ESB in 2023 on an innovative digital dance project exploring sustainability and human connection. ESB, in partnership with Business to Arts, commissioned Dublin Dance Festival’s Moving Futures project as part of the ESB Brighter Future Arts Fund.

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Kindred Public Installation at ESB Head Office

ESB and Dublin Dance Festival have selected acclaimed Irish choreographer Liz Roche and Lightscape, award-winning specialists in projection, motion and interaction design, to collaborate on this new temporary public installation. This innovative digital dance work will invite the public to consider how we connect with nature and with others to positively impact the environment. Bringing dance and technology together and featuring a soundscape by composer Ray Harman, Kindred will be presented at ESB’s new sustainable headquarters on Fitzwilliam Street Lower from 19 – 28 May as part of Dublin Dance Festival’s 2023 Edition.

During the development phase, Liz Roche will host a session with ESB employees to invite responses to the work, which will inform the choreography and soundscape for the installation. A workshop for local school children around the themes of nature and energy is also planned while the installation is live.

Round Table Discussion: Sustainable Connections – a Collaborative Exploration

Feimatta Conteh, Environmental Sustainability Manager of Factory International, will lead a round table discussion with invited guests to explore our relationship with one another and the planet; deepening our understanding of the ecology of the world around and within us. This discussion will take place at ESB Head Office on the 23rd May, while the installation is live. The event will be open to the public and free of charge.

The Moving Futures project is commissioned by The ESB Brighter Future Arts Fund, an all-island Arts Fund which aligns with ESB’s ‘Brighter Future’ purpose and net zero strategy by promoting environmental sustainability in diverse and ambitious ways. The fund was established in 2021 to support artists and arts organisations to deliver creative projects that will promote awareness of climate change and inspire positive action.

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