Spectrum is a series of late-night events happening at the Rua Red Gallery, Tallaght this month.
In collaboration with SoFFt Productions, NOISE Music, and leading electronic music collectives in Ireland, Spectrum aims to “provide a platform for underrepresented talents in a fusion of electronic music & visual arts.”
The late-night series features three events in the coming months – starting with Saturday November 18th and with two subsequent events in March and May 2024.
Each late-night event is programmed by some of Ireland’s leading electronic music collectives and nightlife curators alongside newly commissioned work by exciting visual artists.
The first event from 10pm to 3am on November 18th is curated by the GASH Collective, features visual artist Aisling Phelan and performances from Forgetful Angel (Roo Honeychild), Asa Nisi Masa and Spooklet, alongside DJ sets from Gash members LOLZ B2B JWY and Capricorn.
The inaugural Spectrum event on November 18th will be curated by the remarkable GASH Collective and feature newly commissioned work by the incredibly talented
This event is supported by the Arts Council of Ireland’s Late Night Events Pilot Programme, and is one of just 14 pilot projects funded across the country.
Tickets are available from €10, with post event transport packages to Dublin city centre available for €14. See Eventbrite for options.
About Gash Collective
GASH Collective is an Irish collective and label dedicated to supporting female, trans, queer, non-binary, and underrepresented individuals in music production and DJing. Through a combination of collaborations, safe space initiatives, curated events, mix series, and educational workshops, GASH aims to shine a spotlight on marginalized talents across Ireland’s music landscape.
Visual Artist Aisling Phelan, a multidisciplinary artist known for her work in 3D animation, photography, video, virtual reality, and live interactive technologies, will debut her exciting new creations. Phelan’s work explores the intersection of art and technology, focusing on the digital self and its impact on our understanding of the physical self. Her art questions the effects of digital reconstruction on the human form and raises awareness about the influence of digital infrastructure on society and mental well-being.