A Consideration of All Bodies: The Patient Will See You Now by Áine O’Hara
23 - 27 Mar 2021, 12:00 am - 12:00 am (Past)
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The patient will see you now an online performance by Áine O’Hara
23rd, 25th and 27th of March
This event is free, but please book at Eventbrite here.
The patient will see you now is a one-to-one interactive performative work which The LAB Gallery invites you to experience through an ‘At Home’ visit on Zoom. You will be sent a ‘Patient Kit’ prior to your visit with images, video and audio description. Performances will take place over three days, Tuesday the 23rd, Thursday the 25th and Saturday the 27th of March. Performances will take place from between 2-7.30pm on those days. Each performance will take between 10-30 minutes.
This work focuses on patient-practitioner interactions, who holds the power and how we might go about prioritising care and connection in these spaces. This work is a conversation which you will be invited to participate in.
Two slots with speech to text to provide access for people who are deaf or hard of hearing have been made available on Thursday 25th March at 6pm and 6.30pm. If you don’t require speech to text please book a different slot. Audio description will be provided as part of this event.
This event will take place on Zoom. To attend this event, you must download Zoom. We will send you a link shortly before the event takes place. You can read more information about how to set up Zoom here. Once you have downloaded Zoom, you should be able to click on the link and access the event. If you have difficulty in accessing the event, please contact Áine at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any specific access requirements that have not been mentioned here, please get in touch with the artist by email at email@example.com
A Consideration of All Bodies curated by Róisín Power Hackett, is a group exhibition of work by Declan Byrne, Philip Kenny, Paul Moore, Hugh O’Donnell and Áine O’Hara. All the artists and the curator have disabilities. The exhibition is installed in The LAB Gallery Dublin and available to view from the street. It also has an online programme of events and discussions. Click here to find out more.
Áine O’Hara is a multidisciplinary artist, theatre maker and designer who graduated with a BA in Fine Art from IADT in 2013. Since then, she has shown work nationally and internationally. Áine’s recent achievements include Mayo Arts Office Navigating a Future Commission (2021), Arts Council Theatre Bursary (2020), Arts & Disability Connect Training Award (2020), Outburst Queer Fringe Award (2019), Oileán AiR programme (2019) and DUETS award at Dublin Fringe Festival (2019). Áine’s work experiments with form, and focuses on connection, conversation, and care. Their long-term ambitions include demanding adequate access to theatre and the arts for disabled and marginalised communities through the creation of large scale, ambitious work as well as the continuation of community building projects like Chronic Chats; a creative and social group for chronically ill people which grew from their research as part of her recent artist residency at A4 Sounds, Dublin. Áine is currently artist in residence at Axis Ballymun.
This exhibition is supported by Dublin City Council, ARC at IADT, Arts & Disability Ireland and the Arts Council. The artists featuring in this exhibition have also been supported to make their work by A4 Sounds ‘We only want the earth’ programme and Flax Art Studios.