September 7 – October 27
On September 11, 2001, New York City was shaken to its core when two jet airliners crashed into the twin towers of the World Trade Centre. Dublin photographer Nicola McClean, who was working in the downtown area at the time of the attack, captured the chaos, confusion and panic that surrounded her. NYPD Bronx Commander Paul McCormack, originally from Stranorlar, was one of the first on the scene. Over the following 10 years, McClean and McCormack worked together to create Ground Zero 360°, a stunning panoramic installation of photographic images, visuals and audio clips that provides a unique insight into the hearts and minds of New Yorkers in the days that followed the attacks.