In conjunction with the exhibition Vivienne Dick, 93% STARDUST, Alice Butler, film programmer and co-curator of aemi (Artists’ & Experimental Moving Image), presents a talk and screening of experimental moving image works by contemporary Irish artists who are foregrounding new ways to work independently, redefining the limits and potentials of cinema across a range of formats. Butler’s talk will refer to and explore the history and development of artist moving image practice in Ireland. Bulter’s talk is followed by a screening programme.
A programme of moving image works by contemporary Irish artists, ‘unlikely correspondence’ explores different forms and expressions of correspondence, mimesis and exchange – between artists, objects, historical reality and fiction and between art and nature – using a variety of formats and techniques. Selected works include:
Sarah Browne, The Invisible Limb (2014)
Patrick Hough, Object Interviews, Part I (2013)
Elaine Byrne, Pure Codology (2015)
Timothy Furey in collaboration with Doireann O’Malley, Au Hasard (2012)
Aoife Desmond, RetroReflection (2017)
This event is free and takes place from 1pm to 3pm in the Lecture Room, for further details and to book your free place visit http://www.imma.ie/en/page_237244.htm
Alice Butler is a film programmer and and co-curator of aemi, an independent agency and platform dedicated to supporting and exhibiting artists’ & experimental moving image work. Alice has curated a number of film seasons and programmes at the IFI including ‘Beyond the Bechdel Test’, ‘Cinema of Protest’ and a ‘Focus on Chantal Akerman’.
Alice undertook a Visual Arts Curatorial Residency funded by the Arts Council in 2016 and she has written for Sight and Sound, SET Magazine, Paper Visual Art, Enclave Review, VAN and Circa.
Vivienne Dick, 93% STARDUST
Irish artist Vivienne Dick is an internationally-celebrated film-maker and artist. Dick was a key figure within ‘No Wave’, a short-lived avant-garde scene in the late 1970s in New York led by a collective of musicians, filmmakers and artists including Nan Goldin, Lydia Lunch, Arto Lindsay, James Chance and many others. Dick has gone on to develop an extraordinary body of work which has been shown in cinemas, film festivals and art galleries around the world. Dick’s work is marked by an interest in urban street life, social and sexual politics, and the history of ideas.
93% STARDUST is a survey exhibition of Vivienne Dick’s work comprising selected films from the ‘No Wave’ period including Guérillère Talks (1978), Beauty Becomes The Beast (1979) and Liberty’s Booty (1980). Recent film works include The Irreducible Difference of the Other (2013) and Red Moon Rising (2015). Dick also premieres her new film work Augenblick made while on IMMA’s Residency Programme in 2017.
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Photo: Vivienne Dick, 93% STARDUST, Installation view IMMA – Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, 2017. Photo: Vivienne Dick
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