A loving tribute to
the Grand Canal
‘Something in the Water’ commissioned by IPUT Real Estate Dublin, is the first exhibition at Wilton Park to use Ireland’s largest outdoor LED installation dedicated solely to the arts as a piece of cultural infrastructure. Measuring 24.5-metres, the digital art installation offers a whole new platform for artists to connect with the city and a never-before-seen opportunity for Dubliners to immerse themselves in the world of digital art.
Kev’s art practice focuses on the use of light and movement. He’s interested in harnessing technology to create surreal worlds of emotive expression while situationally framing them in their surroundings. His work often finds him collaborating with other artists - especially dancers and musicians. It is here that he finds himself at his most creative - trying to find a dialect that helps express the group’s individual creative thoughts while working together. Kev likes to facilitate a space for chaos to roam and waits for unexpected moments to be captured. The work questions traditional forms of narrative found in entertainment and is often self reflective.
Cian McKenna is a Director, Motion Designer, and reformed graphic designer from the Visual Communications BA in DIT. After interning on the 3x3 programme, Cian went on to work for design studios such as Detail, Design Studio, and Image, before joining Windmill Lane Pictures as a Motion Design Lead. Now freelance, Cian works for a wide variety of international and domestic clients on moving-image projects. Originally from Dublin, Cian now lives and works in Westport, Co. Mayo.
Carol Freeman - Paper Panther
Paper Panther is an award-winning studio based in the heart of Dublin City. Headed by the founder and director Carol Freeman, they are a close-knit team of creatives who specialise in hand-crafted, stop-motion techniques. Whether the story calls for felt puppets, paper cut-outs, or hand-painted animation, they view each project as a new opportunity to create something unique. Their short film and commercial work have racked up over 60 awards and screened at prestigious festivals around the world.
Cormac Murray is a founding member of Algorithm Productions with a background in the visual Arts. Cormac specialises in creating works that explore light, motion and the interaction of physical forces.
A Dublin-based designer from Westport in Co Mayo, studied animation in IADT Dun Laoghaire.
Sergey Maslov has been working in the motion design field for the past 8 years. Studying at the British Higher School of Design, he later worked at Sila Sveta’s studio as a CG artist as well as a lead broadcast designer on a federal TV channel. In 2020, he founded his own CG production studio called ‘Smaslom’ and presented his educational course for motion designers, ‘The Author’s Awakening’. Sergey is also the creator of a massive collaboration called Symbiosis. His non-commercial short three-act film ‘Triptych’ is a multi-award winner of international festivals.
Bureau Bonanza is the Dublin based design studio of Rachel Copley McQuillan and Stina Sandström. Specialising in many aspects of design from illustration to typography and animation, Bureau Bonanza believe thorough research and immersing themselves in each brief are instrumental to making original work that reaches far and speaks people. Be that through a big impactful idea or simply, beautifully crafted design, they try to avoid making anything that feels formulaic. They take great pleasure in helping their clients connect with their audiences in new ways through progressive and engaging design and ideas.
Roman Hill is a Paris based artist who explores the microscopic world to reach the immensity of the universe. In his Paris atelier Roman creates immersive macro worlds of hypnotic abstract imagery based on a variety of physical phenomena and chemical reactions. Abdul Mogard is a music composer from Belgrade, Serbia. His music invites the listener into an introspective and hypnotic journey through richly textured soundscapes.
Ross is a Dublin-based artist who specialises in the fields of motion design and 3D design, with a particular focus on the spaces where they interact. His work ranges from animation for screen-based works to 3D printed sculptures and lighting installations.
Living Canvas at the Tropical Fruit Warehouse
"Where Glass Meets Water" is a digital installation by Algorithm. This immersive installation explores Dublin's collective imagination, linking the rich history of the River Liffey with the city's revived docklands.