Rising Damp is the solo project of Dublin based visual artist and musician, Michelle Doyle. Originally a punk bass player in Sissy, Damp expanded her practice to include drum machines, synths and spoken word, and she's set to perform The 343 on June 8 as part of the Belfast Women's Work Festival 2019.
Included are materials from residencies in military harbour town, Cobh and Damp’s Sleep Concert on Dublin Digital Radio. She collaborates frequently with art/techno collective, Repeater and has been featured in their publications and tapes in 2018 and 2019. This is an industrial set inspired by data, innovation and control. The performance will include an informal pre-concert talk. Check her music here.
Tickets cost just £5 from Eventbrite. Doors open at 7.30pm.