Dance in contemporary artists' films
Victor Alimpiev, Sammy Baloji, Anne Maree Barry, Loretta Fahrenholz, Liz Magic Laser, Úna Quigley, Jimmy Robert, Sriwhana Spong and Wu Tsang
Curated by Chris Clarke
1,2,3,4, is an exhibition of contemporary artists' films on dance, movement and choreography. From solo performances to synchronized routines, interpretative renditions to public interventions, and from ballet to hip hop to voguing, the exhibition presents an insight into how visual artists have conveyed dance through the camera.
1,2,3,4, is structured as a series of film programmes unfolding over four months, exploring different aspects, atmospheres, arrangements and ideas relating to dance. From 21 September to 17 October, the exhibition continued with a programme of films by Victor Alimpiev, Sammy Baloji, and Sriwhana Spong. The galleries are currently closed but will hopefully reopen to present screenings of the works that have yet to be shown in the gallery spaces.
Part 1: 17 August – 19 September 2020
Sriwhana Spong (NZ), Whether standing or sitting or lying or in some other position in the
dark, 2011, 9’21”
Sammy Baloji (CD), Mémoire, 2006, 14’30”
Victor Alimpiev (RU), My Absolution, 2008, 7’37”
Part 2: 21 September – 17 October 2020
Anne Maree Barry (IE), Rialto Twirlers, 2010, 6’17”
Liz Magic Laser (US), Distressed, 2009, 10’
Wu Tsang (US), For how we perceived a life (Take 3), 2012, 9’34”
Part 3: 19 October – 21 November 2020
Loretta Fahrenholz (DE), Ditch Plains, 2013, 30’
Part 4: 23 November – 19 December 2020
Jimmy Robert (FR), Descendances du nu, 2016, 12’01”
Úna Quigley (IE), Birds of My Weakness, 2018, 8’40”
Anne Maree Barry
Thursday 15 October 2020, 1-2 pm Online link available to registered participants, Free. Reserve your place at firstname.lastname@example.org ,
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Our free lunchtime talks are taking place online with artist Anne Maree Barry, whose film Rialto Twirlers is featured in our current exhibition 1,2,3,4.
Anne Maree Barry’s research-led practice addresses connections within contemporary space, which unites memory, narrative, geography, sociology and architecture. The resulting films explore Barry’s sense of self and space within different communities. Barry’s work has been selected and screened at international film festivals, museums and public institutions, such as the Irish Film Institute, The Dublin International Film Festival, Curtas Vila do Conde Film Festival, Les Rencontres Internationales, The Dark Light Film Festival, Tampere Art Museum, Dublin City Gallery’s The Hugh Lane and The LAB.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a link to the online event.