Peter Power is a Composer, Director and Sound Designer from Waterford based in Cork. His interests are in the collaborative creation of events using music as a non-linear narrative source. This is his first collaboration with Prime Cut Productions.
He is Director of Eat My Noise, a multi-genre audio collective that work in Composition, Event, Film, Television and Post-Production. Peter’s most recent work includes The Same by Enda Walsh and Corcadorca (Composer/Sound Designer) fLux by Eat My Noise (Co-creator, Composer), Override by Stacey Gregg (Composer, Sound Designer), ProdiJIG: The Revolution by Cork Opera House (Music Supervisor, Composer, Sound Designer), Neon Western (Co-creator, Composer, Sound Designer). He is currently Artist-In-Residence in the National Sculpture Factory, engaged in a year long collaboration with the building moving towards an exhibition/happening in 2018. He is also a member of the committee for the Irish Society of Stage and Screen Designers (ISSSD) and currently holds the position of Media and Outreach Officer.
Rogu is new-born collaboration between Ronan McLoughlin and Guillaume Cousson ‘Riuchi’
Both have known each other very well and have previously collaborated on projects, before Ronan left Ireland to explore the world over 12 years. They have grown individually as renown international performers with the very same set of skills, but used in different ways influencing constantly each other. Where Guillaume performed mainly in Arts festivals, Ronan toured for circus festivals. They both complement each other, speaking a body language born from movement and object manipulation to convey a story.
Working together to develop and synchronize their body coordination and expand on their common skills. In this project they are working on high-technical object manipulation synchronicity with programmable light equipment. This performance will be short but very intense. Strobe lighting and intense light effects will be at the core the performance so if you are sensitive to those please do not attend this event.
Luke Murphy, Choreographer in residence at the Firkin Crane and founder of Attic Projects, returns to the TDC to develop a new site specific work, which will be staged as part of the Midsummer Festival in June.
Using the city as its backdrop and with the audience watching through binoculars, ExCaelo, which blends together dance, theatre, and mixed media installation, will challenge the audience viewing experience.
Recent work includes the mesmerizing “The Dust We Raised” 2017 and the poetic and dignified “On Triumph and Trauma” 2016. Luke Murphy creates work that invites discourse and “finds the universal within the deeply personal”