Michael Cerulli Billingsley
  • Kingston, ON
  • Canada
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Ah, the hills... the traces of pattern, the patter of feet.

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"These three fallen stones (1 on the other side of the protective fence, to keep cattle from falling into the ocean) on a little-traveled headland in Ballyferriter, I am assured were most likely toppled over by Cromwell's men in the 17th…"
Mar 4, 2013
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"Inis Tuisceart (off Clogher Head, Ballyferriter, Co. Kerry) is often translated "northernmost island."  Is it... however, from much older than Christian times... "Tuisco's Island" (and hence also Tech Duinn)?  The…"
Mar 4, 2013
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"One thing we're checking this year... "Curse of Doun" was hurled at Spanish galleons before they went down off Ballyferriter. Donn = Doun?"
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"Preparing for our next trip over to Irish ritual landscape... including Rathcroghan Conf., more inquiries on Dingle penisu. & Inis Tuisceart"
Mar 3, 2013
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Oct 8, 2010
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Front Apse - Galway Dun Cathedral

During midday organ recital, the great apse of Galway's St. Nicholas ("Dun") Cathedral reverberates with huge tones as people take their lunch in the pews.The image was made as the recital was underway... with the great organ sometimes shaking the…
Oct 8, 2010
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Enclosed Spaces - Cloisters & Walls

Making "edges" and creating artificial caves (with the sounding reverberance and its magnification of song) encouraged structures of stone... which became cloisters behind which women and men sought seclusion, performed ritual, excluded the ordinary…
Oct 8, 2010
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Cnoc Gréine - "court" hall, ridge and centre knob

This is the "core" Cnoc Gréine's spiritual culture. In the foreground is the stone foundation for the large hall used for group interaction & certain shared meals; just beyond is a sharp crease in the hill leading down to the water terraces, and…
Oct 1, 2010
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May 1, 2010
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album dossier de Carmelita de torres

"Bravo Carmelita. Lovely to see your spirit and skill!... and such fine singer and accompaniment. Roger Doyle (Ireland) and I are working together on a tango right now, and I believe I will be studying with Mili Bermejo this summer. Roger wrote for…"
May 1, 2010

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A Canada Council-funded multidisciplinary artist and teacher in American and Canadian colleges, I have worked since my student years in the overlapping worlds of music, installation, video & audio recording, and photography (with the latter three increasingly taking digital form... but not always).

Having studied and done direct work in acting & directing... and mime with three international teachers... I later was funded for a two-year project to produce and direct a very choreographed feature-length film about the intense and compressed life in North American prisons. All scenes were shot in one cell, and each was totemised by a tightly-organised still photograph. The later exhibition added a live actor and a built environment.

Recent work has included composing music with Roger Doyle for a large ensemble dance theatrical performance, as well as smaller commissions for choreographer Tarin Chaplin and her various university and professional companies. I am also working on a series of portraits in-the-landscape using surround panoramic images made in Canada, Ireland and the U.S.

Most of my day-to-day endeavours involve production of acoustic and world music recordings, live recording on location, and research in Ireland, Iceland and Scandinavia for a major dramatic film project based on my recreations of ancient Irish culture.
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Laser modeling of 3-figures; terrain maps (landscape) inc. LIDAR, satellite telemetry, and bathymetry tracing pathways on land & water
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At 2:21pm on August 30, 2009, carmen de torres said…
and here is another link of my daughter. she is Canadian, born in winnipeg. hope that you like it.
Wish you all the best
At 1:57pm on August 30, 2009, carmen de torres said…
C:\Documents and Settings\user\Mis documentos\dossier carmen de torres\Special feature Flamenco in Canada.htm
check out this link, tell me what you think of it. I lived in Canada for 20 years, when no one in Canada thought that flamenco even existed.
At 1:53pm on August 30, 2009, carmen de torres said…
thank you very much Michael for accepting me as your friend. You seem to know a lot about flamenco and spanish culture. I love to keep in touch.

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