Lambay Swim – a collaborative journey

Lambay Swim

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Lambay Swim was a journey to Lambay Island made by the swimmers from Low Rock, Malahide.

Lambay sits on the periphery of the swim vista at Low Rock and is the largest island on the east coast of Ireland.

Lambay is steeped in intrigue and mystery; a sequestered place where wild wallabies share their home with the 7th Lord Revelstoke and ship wrecks and castles hide many secrets.

The currents in Saltpan Bay are unpredictable and this was an uncharted swim.

The Lambay Swim was part of the Artist in the Community Award 2014 funded by the Arts Council and managed by Create and was the first swim in the Lambay Swim Trilogy.

A link to a pdf of the book I made of this swim: Lambay Swim – a collaborative Journey

 

Lambay Swim video

 

Lambay Swim

 

Lambay Swim