Interdisciplinary
Outdoor
Installation

Remnant Ecologies

Jony Easterby
Remnant Ecologies - By Jony Easterby

An exclusive night-time adventure in the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin. Suitable for all ages.

This meditative and immersive night-walk will guide you through a series of light and sound installations, exploring Dublin’s iconic Botanic Gardens as you have never seen them before.

Responding to our relationship with the natural world, these intimate artworks explore the cultural remnants humans have created through our love of nature. Empty bird cages, a playful song, the insides of cuckoo clocks and fragments from botanical dictionaries are intertwined, telling their story through unforgettable sound and light installations in the serene surroundings of the gardens after dark.

This is one artist’s attempt to make sense of a world, in which a passion for nature is mixed with an anxiety for its future.

Presented by Dublin Fringe Festival in partnership with National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin and axis: Ballymun. With support from the Welsh Government Office in Ireland.

Please Note:
Contains strobe lighting and smoke machines. This experience takes place outside and is unseated, please dress appropriately.

Additional Sculpture: Pippa Taylor
Lighting Design: Harriet Wallace
Image: Jony Easterby

21 - 25 September
20:00 - 22:30,
various times, €12
€40 for groups of 4
Children under two go free

Venue

National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin

Duration

50mins