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Eamonn Farrell

Eamonn Farrell is a video designer and theater maker.

Eamonn Farrell is a New Jersey-based video designer and theater maker whose work focuses on investigations of how innovative technologies can support and elevate the work of live performers to create unforgettable experiences. With his company, Anonymous Ensemble, he has created dozens of original, media-infused shows, installations, and live webcasts in New York City and around the world. For two decades, Eamonn collaborated closely with the late Lee Breuer of Mabou Mines. Other design credits include: Sarah Michelson, Big Dance Theater, TFANA, B3 Dance (Bessie Nomination), The LA Phil, Parsons Dance, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Portland Center Stage, Palacio de Bellas Artes, and Megaron Musiki. Eamonn has taught projections design at Princeton, City College of New York, JMU and UVA.

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Quipu: an Ancient Incan Recording Device 

Quipu: an Ancient Incan Recording Device 

18 January 2024

We dive deep with Anonymous Ensemble into LIontop: a technologically ambitious installation and multilingual performance that centers on Quechua voices; Google finally translating Quechua; and the mystery of the ancient Incan Quipus.