The Good Hatchery (Offaly)
30th Jan - 13th Feb 2012
Bravo Serotonin was a residency project organised by Carl Giffney and The Good Hatchery to mark the beginning of 2012, a new year of practice and the last year in the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar. The project gathered a number of participants national and international with the intention of carving a south American dug out canoe from a large tree felled by Hurricane Katia.
The work was carried out in teams of four to nine people, using a variety of tools and methods. The product was narrow, a six meter long, round bottom dug out canoe. Which was then tested in the Grand Canal close to The Good Hatchery.