Phoenix Park and Museum Quarter

Night Shift with artist Liliane Puthod

Irish Museum of Modern Art

An outdoor journey through the dreamy landscapes of IMMA, Night Shift is a late-night event challenging our circadian rhythm and our common experience of visiting an exhibition. This slow experience of touring the IMMA Grounds in a land train will bring participants through the landscape where sited histories and Collection works will be framed by some eerie interventions along the way. Night Shift is inspired by a drawing made in the 19th Century of a night guard at Kilmainham asleep during their shift, they have a note in their hand which reads ‘ENNUI’, in the composition the guard dreams out fanciful scenarios taking place on the Grounds. This project has been developed as part of IMMA’s A Radical Plot Residency Programme.

Genres: Architecture | Architectural Heritage, Heritage (Tangible | Intangible), Storytelling | Oral History, Theatre | Drama, Walk – Guided/Self Guided /Audio
Age Suitability: all ages
Features: Family friendly, Wheelchair accessible
Address: IMMA, Military Road, Kilmainham, Dublin 8, Ireland
Phone: 016129900
Locations: Phoenix Park and Museum Quarter
Event Start Time (pm)
10 pm
Event End Time (pm)
2 am
Booking required
Fully Booked