Video tour of the Marine Institute’s RV Celtic Explorer
Aerial/Sparks and Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture (IE)

A ship tour for curious listeners.

Sound works
Ailís Ní Ríain (IE), Carol Anne Connolly (IE), David Stalling (IE), Kennedy Browne (IE), Kevin Barry (IE), Magz Hall (UK), Robertina Šebjanič (SI)

Presentation of sound works by participating artists.

Remote sensing: research and collaboration
David Stalling (DE/IE), Prof Sergei Lebedev (RU/IE)

Sound artist David Stalling and Prof. Sergei Lebedev discuss David’s work and his time on board the RV Celtic Explorer during the SEA-SEIS research survey in 2018. Led by Prof. Lebedev, DIAS scientists have been collecting first of a kind seismic data across a vast area of the North Atlantic. Since 2018, David has worked closely with Sergei and his team on the development of his sonic composition which translates sampled data from deep sea monitors deployed on the research survey.

Remote sensing: mythologies and sciences
DR Chris McGonigle (IE) Robertina Šebjanič (SI), Louise Manifold (IE)

Dr. Chris McGonigle, artist Robertina Šebjanič and artist / curator Louise Manifold discuss the importance of the age-old relationship between people and the sea, and how sonic folklore plays a fundamental role in shaping our connection to ocean space.

Remote sensing: Deep Sea Observations and the limits of life
Professor Andrew Wheeler (IE), DR Aaron Lim (IE), Ailís Ní Ríain (IE/UK)

Professor Andrew Wheeler, Dr. Aaron Lim and composer Ailís Ní Ríain discuss their experiences of deep sea observation using Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) to film deep sea habitats and its impact on both creative and science practices.