Ceist Residency at Dance Cork Firkin Crane
During her residency Siobhán Ní Dhuinnín will begin researching a new piece looking at the portrayal and lived embodied experience of women's bodies in songs and poems as Gaeilge over the last 100 years. Siobhán will work with expert collaborators using modern Irish poetry, contemporary dance and music to energise and enliven, through dance, this wealth of literary insight.
Siobhán Ní Dhuinnín is a dance artist based in Cork, Ireland. Her primary focus in on place-based and site-specific work manifesting in film and live performance. She seeks to question how the human body engages with the Earth in a way that gives agency to both. Siobhán enjoys collaborative work and has created alongside poets, actors, singers, geologists, boat-builders and musicians. She has also worked with a range of community groups with a special focus on primary school aged children. She has performed with John Jasperse & Liz Roche (Step Up Dance Programme), Jessie Keenan, Junk Ensemble, Laura Murphy and Mary Wycherley, and was a member of Croí Glan Intergrated Dance Company.
This work is funded by a Markievicz Award as part of the Decade of Centenaries Programme, Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.