Click here for a list of all previous aemi events.
Founded in 2016 by Daniel Fitzpatrick and Alice Butler, aemi is an agency and platform for the support and exhibition of artists’ & experimental moving image practices. A key objective of this organisation is to develop audiences for artists’ moving image in Ireland through regular, curated programmes of both Irish and international work with the intention of contributing to and developing critical discourse around practices in this area.
aemi is particularly interested in reclaiming the cinema as a site for the exhibition of works that challenge, expand, and interrogate a wider realm of possibility in terms of what cinema can be and do. Through an ongoing selection of carefully curated programmes at IFI aemi will focus on works, both contemporary and historical, which remind us that cinema can be a space for truly diverse points of view, for warped perspectives and for spatiotemporal journeys utterly unlike those we have become accustomed to.
In January 2019, aemi will present The Memory-Image, a programme curated in collaboration with Sarah Durcan (NCAD) that features the Irish premiere of Turner Prize-winning artist Mark Leckey’s Dream English Kid, 1964-1999 AD. This programme highlights the peculiar nature of the relationship between memory and media by fixing our attention on moments and institutions of shared history and experience.
For full details of the event and booking, please click here: https://ifi.ie/ifi-aemi-projections-the-memory-image/
The event will feature a recorded introduction from Joseph Bernard and will be followed by a Q&A with Dean Kavanagh, who co-curated the event with aemi.
American experimental filmmaker Joseph Bernard created over 100 silent, super-8mm films during the 1970s... Read More
BIRDS OF PASSAGE
13.30, 16.00, 18.20
DR. STRANGELOVE OR: HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE BOMB
EXTREMELY WICKED, SHOCKINGLY EVIL AND VILE
FLOAT LIKE A BUTTERFLY
IRISH FOCUS: TRISH MCADAM – FLIRTING WITH THE LIGHT/THE DRIP
WOMAN AT WAR
The IFI is supported by The Arts Council