aemi Screening | Delirious Rhythm, 1936-2017
Supporting and Exhibiting Artists’ and Experimental Moving Image
Company/Artists Name: aemi & Vivienne Dick
Title of the show: Delirious Rhythm, 1936-2017: Films selected by Vivienne Dick
Show dates – Thursday March 21st
There will be a post-screening Q&A with aemi’s Daniel Fitzpatrick.
Chosen by internationally acclaimed artist & experimental filmmaker Vivienne Dick, ‘Delirious Rhythm 1936-2017’ is a personal selection of films that inspires her work. The films in this programme are about anarchic moments, about being alive to music, to rhythm, and the value of staring into space.
In an era obsessed with targets and prescriptive living, the significance of daydreaming and dawdling is often overlooked. This programme serves as a reminder of the important role played by chance interaction and sheer nerve in creativity. Including works by Vivienne alongside a host of other remarkable artists, this exhilarating programme foregrounds films that relate to the street, the domestic and the unconscious.
A Colour Box (1936) Len Lye, 3 minutes
In The Street (1948) Helen Levitt, Janice Loeb + James Agee, 17 minutes
The First Round Dance (2001) Masha Godovannaya, 3 minutes
Trisha’s Song (2008) Vivienne Dick, 3 minutes
Daybreak Express (1953) D A Pennebaker, 5 minutes
American Dreams # 3: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness (2002) Moira Tierney, 5 minutes
Southwark Spring (2017) Bev Zalcock & Sara Chambers, 3 minutes
Backcomb (1995) Sarah Pucill, 7 minutes
Saute ma ville (1968) Chantal Ackerman, 13 minutes
Two Little Pigeons (1990) Vivienne Dick. 4 minutes
Untitled No. 1 (2005) Masha Godovannaya, 4 minutes
(Total running time: 67 minutes)
Extract from Chantal Akerman’s Saute Ma Ville here
aemi is an Arts Council-funded initiative that supports and regularly exhibits moving image works by artists & experimental filmmakers. For more information visit www.aemi.ie
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|Thu 21 Mar|