two frames

from by michael mcloughlin



Two frames was a performance/installation by McLoughlin in Temple Bar Gallery+Studios in 2004. The piece was a response/processing of a soundwork (6 channel installation) made in collaboration with a group of boys from St Marys Park, Limerick. Together they had recorded the original two frames of snooker with microphones in each pocket. After the performance in TBG+S, the combined sound work and response remained in the gallery.

This is a 2013 remix.


from let's play, released August 1, 2013



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michael mcloughlin Clare, Ireland

McLoughlin has been making soundwork since the early 90's. Mainly site specific installations, time-based actions, his work happens within diverse social contexts, through varied collaborations and through long term social explorations.

These 6 albums give an introduction to this varied practice which incorporates varied media including drawing, photography, sculpture and of course sound.
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