Replica of the kite Marconi used to transmit his first transatlantic telecommunication from Ireland across the Atlantic. Created collaboratively by Emily Robyn Archer and Theo Shields.
Light Hunting Cloud
Using colour and light studies made over the duration of the project, Kari Cahill created a 3d structure around which the audience walked experiencing the changing light.
Two Stowaways memorialises another brief footnote in the history books - that of two unnamed stowaways lost in a shipwreck off the coast of Brow Head.
Dréimire Rua - Copper Ladder
A copper ladder emerges from the old copper mines situated at the westerly tip of the headland echoing the long forgotten industry.
During the 16th century flags and balls were used as a system of communication between the land and sea. Signal Tower was created collaboratively by the Tombolo 18 artists.
A series of five hand drawn illustrations depicting some of the unique environment, life & surrounds of Brow Head.
Marconi Woz 'Ere
Performance piece written and performed by Felix Power.
Felix Power's Telescopes superimpose miniature historical vignettes against the dramatic landscape of Brow Head.
Póirséal - Searching Blindly
Anna Wiley's reconstructed periscope gave the audience a 360 obscured view of the landscape from beneath the surface of the headland.
Sitting alongside Dréimire Rua is a Copper Creel - a fictional basket used by the copper miners of the last century to carry their heavy loads. Created collaboratively by Emily Robyn Archer and Hazel Mc Cague.
Cuspóirí - intentions
Concrete bags set by the elements raised onto plinths in an attempt to highlight the power of nature.
Fathracha Líanta - Completed ruins
Sophie Gough used copper to complete the old stone ruins at Brow Head.
Rosie O'Reilly created a work that would be activated by the wind on the headland and physically map it's movement over a fixed period of time.
Beach clay from Harlech, North Wales carried to Brow Head, West Cork September 2017, by Theo Shields.
Stair na Gaoithe
History of Winds is an audio piece that was installed in a derelict miners cottage on the headland.
An interactive loom created by Anna Wylie and Emily Robyn Archer.