Sinéad Hargan

Sinéad Hargan works with live performance, participatory performance, voice and film. Sinéad’s practice explores the romanticisation of grief, isolation and wild places. She creates new rituals and radically reshapes extinct traditions in order to access a deeper understanding and care for the world around us. Sinéad graduated from Contemporary Performance Practice at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and lives in the Far North of Scotland.

Through my time as part of the DeathWrites Network I intend to explore the written elements of my ongoing research into collective grieving processes and rituals that lead on from previous works; I Just Go On And On And On and in my chest and in my bones. I will look to death rituals, remembrance rituals, performance, collective grief, living with loss, folklore and stories around death and dying, as well as autobiographical writing. Over the next two years I would like to work on a collection of creative writing, poetry, writing for performance, and reflective essays.

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