Cork is set to host the first 2-night event for Cork Sound Fair, a not-for-profit set of shows across March 23 & 24. Music takes place in the striking settings of St Peter's Church & Cork City Gaol, with installations and live performances.
Cork-based artists African Fiction, Static, Robert Curgenven are set to be joined by Derry native Autumns for the opening night in St. Peters Church, North Main Street. Attendees will also be greeted by a new sound installation unveiled by Isochronal, a collaboration by artists Kevin Callaghan and Thomas Penc, who recently exhibited work in the National Sculpture Factory on Culture Night.
The following day, Cork City Gaol will host sounds from Dublin and London in the shape of Davy Kehoe, Dream Cycles, Soft Stone, and a closing set and live Irish debut from Beatrice Dillon. Award wining designer Dearbhla O’Beirne and visual artist Clíona Ní Laoi are set to transform the Gaol using projections and coded installations.