Kindred Liz Roche & Lightscape
World Premiere / New Commission
Commissioned by the ESB Brighter Future Arts Fund in partnership with Business to Arts
An innovative digital dance installation exploring nature and human connection
Kindred is an exciting new digital dance work exploring nature and human connection. Dublin Dance Festival has been commissioned by ESB to produce this innovative public installation, which will be created by leading Irish choreographer, Liz Roche, in collaboration with Lightscape, award-winning specialists in projection, motion and interaction design.↓ Read more
Public installation, free of charge
ESB Head Office, 27 Lower Fitzwilliam Street
9am – 7pm daily
From the show
Presented at ESB’s new sustainable headquarters on Fitzwilliam Street, Kindred brings dance and technology together to invite audiences to connect with the intensity of nature and to consider our relationship with ourselves, one another, and the planet. Featuring a soundscape by Ray Harman and Brian Crosby, Kindred asks us to consider our role, individually and collectively, in creating a liveable future together.
This new work 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 public installation forms part of the Moving Futures project.
Go behind the scenes on the creation of Kindred!
- Concept and Direction/Movement Liz Roche
- Design Lightscape
- Design Direction Steve Mac Devitt
- Design Producer Brian Kenny
- Soundscape Ray Harman & Brian Crosby
- Performers Finola Cronin, Mufutau Yusuf, Emily Terndrup and Amir Sabra.
- Filmed by José Miguel Jiménez
- Costume Design Emily Ní Bhroin
- Lead Motion Design Carla Soriani
- Technologist Lucas Lupo
- Motion Design Afonso Boranga
- Lighting Conor Biddle
- Producer Dublin Dance Festival