The proposal is to stage an exhibition of interactive digital work that responds to rural Ireland and to the importance of technology as a method of critiquing, observing and understanding rural spaces.
The artists that will exhibit are Shane Finan (proposer, Sligo/Wicklow), Tanya Harris (Clare) and Paul Moore (Belfast). The venue has been chosen for its scale and its location in a rural part of Sligo, where the contemporary effects of technology are arguably more relevant. A workshop training on how to use Raspberry Pi microcomputers for young adults (18-22) will be run by Shane Finan. Raspberry Pis are computer systems that are common in art, Internet-of-Things, robotics and data analytics. Attendance will be free but booking necessary. See event site link for more information.
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