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Motive Colloquies: installation and performance art piece

I heard of Ruairi Glynn’s work as he is a graduate from the course I’m currently doing. His new work, Motive Colloquies, is an interactive installation and performance art piece that interacts with the audience’s gestures. It’s inspirational, quite creepy, and a lot of fun to interact with.

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