Title: Perpetua Algorithm x James Earley
Location: Haymarket Square, Dublin, Ireland

Algorithm collaborated with James Earley to install Ireland’s largest 3D animated mural at Smithfield Haymarket Square.

Running from 7th of March until the 10th of March.

About James Earley 
James Earley is celebrated at home and abroad for his abstract, colourful painted murals that pay homage to traditional stained glass – an art-form that members of his family have been perfecting for over 150 years. He has created urban artworks across Europe, Asia and the US. At home he is perhaps best-known for painting Blooms Hotel in Dublin’s Temple Bar – a project that took an entire year to complete and remains Ireland’s largest public artwork.

‘This collaboration with Algorithm offers an opportunity to take a new slant on my experimentations with light, texture and colour,’
— James Earley.

About Algorithm
Since its foundation in Smithfield in 2015, Algorithm has made a name for itself building stages and light shows at some of Europe’s biggest festivals, including Electric Picnic, Body & Soul and Bestival, along with commissions from Google, Facebook and Web Summit.

‘This 3D installation in Smithfield is an opportunity for Algorithm to connect with the Dublin 7 community and celebrate the rich artistic scene that has sprung up there in recent years,’
— Daniel Staines, Algorithm Creative Director.

An original score by Simon Cullen was composed to complement the piece for the installation making it a complete immersive experience.

#perpetuamural

Algorithm collaborated with James Earley to install Ireland’s largest 3D animated mural at Smithfield Haymarket Square.

Running from 7th of March until the 10th of March.

About James Earley 
James Earley is celebrated at home and abroad for his abstract, colourful painted murals that pay homage to traditional stained glass – an art-form that members of his family have been perfecting for over 150 years. He has created urban artworks across Europe, Asia and the US. At home he is perhaps best-known for painting Blooms Hotel in Dublin’s Temple Bar – a project that took an entire year to complete and remains Ireland’s largest public artwork.

‘This collaboration with Algorithm offers an opportunity to take a new slant on my experimentations with light, texture and colour,’
— James Earley.

About Algorithm
Since its foundation in Smithfield in 2015, Algorithm has made a name for itself building stages and light shows at some of Europe’s biggest festivals, including Electric Picnic, Body & Soul and Bestival, along with commissions from Google, Facebook and Web Summit.

‘This 3D installation in Smithfield is an opportunity for Algorithm to connect with the Dublin 7 community and celebrate the rich artistic scene that has sprung up there in recent years,’
— Daniel Staines, Algorithm Creative Director.

An original score by Simon Cullen was composed to complement the piece for the installation making it a complete immersive experience.

#perpetuamural