The Arc film is the first film that has documented the public art commissioning process in Ireland commissioned by Dublin City Council and Fingal County Council. Covering the percent for art scheme that arose from the waste water treatment plant in Ringsend four artists were selected. Three international and one Irish artist were selected for the project, each responding to the brief laid down by the curators. The artists were Amy Plant who toured north county Dublin in a blue caravan called “The Multistop Shop”; Peter Fend and Ocean Earth that advocated deriving methane gas from seaweed as a alternative to oil and the nuclear option; Gerard Byrne who documented Glass houses in North County Dublin and finally Tatsuro Bashi who hung a café from a crane in finglas as an architectural intervention. The film is a sympatethic look at how the artists arrived at their work and the processes involved in realising their vision. The music was composed by Justin Carroll and Rebecca Collins.