IFI & AEMI: Sites & Rites | George Clark at the Irish Film Institute, Dublin


Date(s) - 30/10/2019
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Irish Film Institute





Sites & Rites is a new configuration of artist George Clark’s ongoing ‘Eyemo rolls’ project, a series that interleaves his 35mm film footage with works by other artists.

Developed as a means to think about the cinema as a space of montage and a site of cultural entanglement, this programme considers contested territories and ritual actions. Filmmaker and activist Mok Chui-Yu explores the origins of the struggle of Hong Kong’s intellectual youth while Barbara McCullough’s water ritual shows reclaimed space in Los Angeles. Other works include Tito & Tita’s feline screen-test Director’s Cat, Maori artist Shannon Te Ao’s reading of Joanna Margaret Paul’s poetry to house-plants, and Ismal Muntaha’s arresting depiction of Indonesian community rituals in Terra Na Sae.

aemi supports and exhibits artist & experimental film. For more information visit www.aemi.ie.


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