SOCIAL PICS: CIT Multimedia and Visual Communications final year exhibition entitled ‘Sonder’

28 May 2017
By Bryan Smyth
bryan@TheCork.ie

Students of ‘Multimedia and Visual Communications’ at Cork Institute of Technology have held a exhibition of their final year work. Entitled “Sonder”, the exhibition contained an array of movement interpretations, such as immersive game technology to assist in physical rehabilitation and interactive audio/visual collaborations with local musicians. Photographer Gerard McCarthy was at the exhibition.

Jason Nelligan and Millie Nelligan from Currow Co Kerry pictured at The Cork Institute of Technology’s Multimedia and Visual Communications students final year work exhibition , “Sonder”, the exhibition features an array of movement interpretations, such as immersive game technology to assist in physical rehabilitation and interactive audio/visual collaborations with local musicians.
Sinead Allen Cobh and Catherine Fitzgerald Midleton pictured at The Cork Institute of Technology’s Multimedia and Visual Communications students final year work exhibition , “Sonder”, the exhibition features an array of movement interpretations, such as immersive game technology to assist in physical rehabilitation and interactive audio/visual collaborations with local musicians. 
Brendan Flatherty Aghada, Fergal Murray Dell/EMC, Jason Nelligan Currow, Jeff McCann Dell/EMC and Andy Lynch Cobh pictured at The Cork Institute of Technology’s Multimedia and Visual Communications students final year work exhibition , “Sonder”, the exhibition features an array of movement interpretations, such as immersive game technology to assist in physical rehabilitation and interactive audio/visual collaborations with local musicians. 
Denise Heffernan Cork and Sarah Hayes Clonakilty pictured at The Cork Institute of Technology’s Multimedia and Visual Communications students final year work exhibition , “Sonder”, the exhibition features an array of movement interpretations, such as immersive game technology to assist in physical rehabilitation and interactive audio/visual collaborations with local musicians.

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