As Xenophon: Ubi Tunc Vox... comes to an end at Triskel Arts Centre in Cork, McGibbon O'Lynn will be embarking on a short Xeno hiatus over the winter months for more dark dreams and future imaginings.
On the horizon, McGibbon will be completing a new commissioned sculpture for a new show / festival in 2019. O'Lynn will have a new story featured in an upcoming issue of The Tangerine and something curious in the next 15th anniversary Alt edition of Abridged.
A new Xenophon publication is also foretold for 2019. This will be launched alongside MUSEUM OF THE YET TO COME, the new Xeno show, which will open Sep 2019. More details to come soon.
In the meantime, please visit our full, immersive web archive at: https://www.xenophonproject.org/enter.html
Or see our newest online publication, 'Other Things Shine' on Fallow Media: https://fallowmedia.com/2018/sep/other-things-shine/
We are taking part in Skibbereen Arts Festival 2018 with a Xeno-designed billboard as part of the Sign(s) of the Times project. The festival begins on 27th July 2018, so if you are in the west Cork / Skibbereen vicinity please go and check out our latest installment from the Skibbereen: Lost City Hydrothermal Field site-specific iteration of The Xenophon Project.
Fall through the Xeno timeslip with us as we install Xenophon: From the Beginning, currently on in Droichead Arts Centre until 4th June 2018. Many thanks to everyone at Droichead, especially Tony and Paul, for helping us get this installed.