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Screening Series

Jumana Manna
A Magical Substance Flows Into Me

We are delighted to present the third iteration of our screening series with a work by Berlin-based artist Jumana Manna. Working primarily in film and sculpture, Manna’s work explores how power is articulated through relationships, often focusing on the body and materiality in relation to narratives of nationalism, and histories of place. Her fascinating 2015 […]

Steve Bishop
Standard Ballad

We are delighted to present the second iteration of our screening series with a work by London-based artist Steve Bishop. We are working with Bishop on his forthcoming exhibition in Gallery 2, his first in Ireland, which will open alongside Yuri Pattison’s solo exhibition.

Yuri Pattison

We are delighted to present the first iteration of our screening series with a new work by Yuri Pattison, considered to be one of the most influential young artists addressing the impact of digital technology on both infrastructure and everyday life. Pattison works across video, sculpture, and online platforms to explore the political, material and […]

Summer Film Screenings
Somewhere to Disappear & Waking Life

Somewhere to Disappear Directed by Laure Flammarion and Arnaud Uyttenhove / 2010 / USA / 57 mins Thursday, August 11 at 5pm and Thursday, September 15 at 5pm A documentary that follows Alec Soth’s journeys around America and the people he encountered while making his Broken Manual project.   Waking Life Directed by Richard […]

Stan Brakhage, Carolee Schneemann, Sissy

The Douglas Hyde, in association with aemi (Artists’ and Experimental Moving Image), present a programme of 16mm short-film screenings by Stan Brakhage and Carolee Schneemann: Cat’s Cradle (dir. Stan Brakhage, 1959, silent, 6 minutes) Fuses (dir. Carolee Schneemann, 1965, silent, 25 minutes) Plumb Line (dir. Carolee Schneemann, 1968-1972, with sound, 15 minutes) The films will […]

Aleksei German
Hard to Be a God (2013)

In an interview in 2014, Isabel Nolan stated that, “I’m interested in the ways that people are interested in the world – the ways that scientists, poets, philosophers, artists etc. find ways to interact with and activate the world”(1). On the occasion of her solo exhibition Calling on Gravity, Nolan has selected a screening of […]

John Boorman
Zardoz (1974)

After the major critical and box-office success of his 1972 thriller Deliverance, director John Boorman was given free reign on Zardoz, his subsequent personal project, which he also wrote and produced. Starring Sean Connery and Charlotte Rampling, it is an extraordinary example of a post apocalyptic sci-fi odyssey. After receiving wildly mixed reviews on its initial […]

Film Screening
In Saddam's Shadow: Baghdad 10 Years After the Invasion

On the occasion of his current solo exhibition, variations on a garden, Abbas Akhavan has selected to show this short documentary, a view of the Baghdad ten years after the US invasion.

Tamara Henderson
The Douglas Hyde & Irish Film Institute & aemi In Focus

This screening will be followed by a Q&A between Alice Butler and Daniel Fitzpatrick of aemi and Tamara Henderson. To coincide with Seasons End: More Than Suitcases, Henderson’s current exhibition at the Gallery, aemi have curated a screening of works featuring three recent 16mm films by the artist. Alongside those films are two additional 16mm […]