We are delighted to present IMMA Talks Online, a new series of talks specifically programmed for our online audience.
Archives LIVE comprises a series of live streamed public dialogues, broadcasted on the IMMA YouTube Channel that reflect on the significant role played by the archive and museum collection in artist moving image culture, both in generating new work and as an overarching structure that supports the conservation of existing moving image practice.
To coincide with the IMMA Collection initiatives of IMMA Screen and the ongoing IMMA Collection and Archive Digitisation Project, aemi co-directors Alice Butler and Daniel Fitzpatrick convene a series of online discussions between artists and conservator associated with the IMMA and aemi programme. Special guests include acclaimed artist Jaki Irvine and Brian Castriota (archaeological & time-based media art conservator) and others. In Session 2, we shift focus to the recent display of IMMA Archive: 1990s, From the Edge to the Centre and the vital process of collaboration with artists that forms a key part of conservation of time based media artworks. Guest participants include artist Jaki Irvine and Brian Castriota (archaeological & time-based media art conservator) and others.
aemi is a Dublin-based initiative that supports and regularly exhibits moving image works by artists and experimental filmmakers, co- directed by Alice Butler and Daniel Fitzpatrick.
This talk will be conducted in the format of a webinar hosted on zoom, broadcasted live to the IMMA You Tube Channel.