September: Daisy Desrosiers
Daisy Desrosiers is an independent curator and cultural researcher from Montréal, Canada. In 2019, she will be curating projects at Clark Center in Montréal as well as Oakvilles Galleries in Oakvilles, Canada. Her current research is based on the cultural and material implications of the use of sugar in contemporary art. This residency is supported by the Glucksman Gallery, Cork, through the Nicholas Fox Weber Curatorial Residency.
October: Tom Lane
Tom Lane is a Dublin based composer and sound designer. He has previously been commissioned to compose music for the Cork Opera House, the Abbey Theatre, the Gate Theatre, Ballet Ireland, Shakespeare's Globe and Pipeworks Organ Festival. He has been nominated for an Irish Times Theatre Award on 5 occasions, most recently for his 2017 opera Front of House. He is currently working on several new opera and theatre projects for 2019.
November: Anna Clock
Anna Clock is a sound artist and composer based in London via Dublin, working across live music, theatre, film and installation. In her work she aims to create engaging live experiences that challenge audience/performer roles, encourage curiosity and imagination and inspire audiences to listen to their world in new ways.
Recent projects include: Forgotten Women podcasts (Peer Productions); Songlines (Hightide / Dugout theatre); This is a Blizzard by Flock Ensemble & Ana Brothers (Centre17); Spun by Rabiah Hussain (Arcola Theatre); REACTOR by Brad Birch (Artsed); The Moor by Catherine Lucie dir. Blythe Stewart (Old Red Lion); The Show by Rowland Hill (Slade School of Fine Art); [BLANK] by Alice Birch for NT Connections (Orange Tree Theatre & Lyric Hammersmith); CONSTELLATIONS (Vault Festival 2018); For The Fallen (Ballakerneen Studio Isle of Man); Sonic Fluidities (UC San Diego, March 2018); Devil in the Blue Dress (The Bunker); Maria (Omnibus Theatre); Hilda & Virginia by Maureen Duffy (Jermyn Street); Me & My Whale (Royal Exchange Theatre Manchester, Live Art Bistro Leeds); Continuity (Finborough Theatre); Water Bodies (LADA, Whitstable Biennale). She was resident artist at Harrow Libraries in association with SPINE Festival 2018.