Korrigan's Lair

Karen Lauke, Helen Newall (Other)

Research output: Non-textual formPerformance

Abstract

Korrigan's Lair is a cross-over installation and performance that was presented over two consecutive evenings at Picton Castle in Pembrookshire, South Wales, as part of The Secret Light Garden event. The multi-channel piece, which also incorporated visuals and text, was centred on an invisible mythic creature, the Korrigan, and was a collaborative work with creative writer Dr Helen Newall. The aim of the work was to respond to the site with a piece that integrated extant and ambient sounds and visuals to make an experiential performance of a myth narrative, exploring novel ways of working with space in a defined setting with multiple speakers located both above and under water.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputOther
Publication statusPublished - 2011
EventSecret Light Garden - Picton Castle, United Kingdom
Duration: 1 Oct 2011 → …

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Lauke, K. (Author), & Newall, H. (Other). (2011). Korrigan's Lair. Performance, Retrieved from http://www.karenlauke.com/2011/10/korrigans-lair/
Lauke, Karen (Author) ; Newall, Helen (Other). / Korrigan's Lair. [Performance].
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