LOGANAM SAN ASTRÁIL, TONN TUILE, KINGS ARI, MELBOURNE CBD, VIC. AUSTRALIA
Tim Crafti dance performance in front of Tonn Tuile.
Tháinig tonn mór isteach i mbá an Daingin i rith na hoíche i mí na Nollaig 1942. A large wave or tsunami came into Dingle Bay in 1942 on the 13th of December in the middle of the night. This is the first visual record of it. Áine Ní Chíobháin visual artist does her interpretation of the great wave that brought with it thousands of fish and kept the local people fed for a year. Luckily no one was hurt or killed. Here is the work in progress. Part of an upcoming exhibition called Loganam a made up Irish word meaning soul place with artists Ciara O Flynn & Abigail Joffe. This show will take place on Main Street Dingle during Feile na Bealtaine 2013.
View 1 Tonn Tuile Bun Os Cionn, 12ft x 8ft Charcoal, Gouache, water, chalk, water on painted ply-wood 4 x 8s, Kings ARI, Melbourne CBD, Australia 2013.
View 3 Tonn Tuile, 12ft x 8ft, Charcoal, Gouache, water, chalk, water on painted ply-wood 4 x 8s, Kings ARI, Melbourne CBD, Australia 2013.