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Sorcha Boyle
October 18-28

In partnership with the 2018 Liverpool Irish Festival, OUTPUT has commissioned Liverpool-based artist Sorcha Boyle to respond to the successful repeal of The 8th Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland, which now allows the government to legislate for abortion and grants new body autonomy to people in Ireland. Boyle will present a new film, 'Idir dhá uisce Between two waters.' This piece has two elements, voices of women in response to the repeal of the 8th Amendment, set against a diptych filmed at Lough Foyle on the Derry/Donegal border. The title Idir dhá uisce translates from Irish as ‘between two waters.’ This idea of a contested body of water can relate to the female body as contested space, subject to the governance of different states.

Please find the full press release here.
Projection of water
Visitors watching Sorcha Boyle film projected
Sorcha Boyle at OUTPUT gallery

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