Roadmap: Mesh Net


Posted 7 months ago in Arts and Culture

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Mesh Net is a collection of reflections on the history, experience and significance of social dancing in Ireland, from ancient times to the present.

A selection of writings survey social dancing in Ireland in a range of its aspects, from accessibility and inclusivity to the historical and political context for clubbing.

These essays are placed alongside commissioned visual work from artist Aisling Phelan and a selection of photographs taken by longtime Club Comfort documentor Faolán Carey.

Designed by Nicholas Leão and edited by Roo Honeychild and longtime Club Comfort co-conspirator, Kate Butler, it launched at the Project Open Day last month and will be available at Club Comfort Coda, their all-day Fringe party on Saturday September 9.

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