UILLINN DANCE FILM SEASON
Curated and hosted by Luke Murphy
Saturday 23 October | In Person
8pm | 1 Hour
Tickets €10 | Available on Eventbrite
Presented in association with Fastnet Film Festival, this live screening of Dance Film shorts, curated and hosted by Luke Murphy, our Uillinn Dance Artist in Residence for Cork County in 2021 includes work from his own dance company Attic Projects, along with films by Irish artists Junk Ensemble and Orla McCarthy, and international artists Kelly Ashton Todd, German Jauregui and Laura Aris. A discussion following the screening invites the audience to consider the changing relationship between audience and performer.
Junk Ensemble's/Invisible Thread Films Award Winning 2020 film Fallow Table
U.S Artist Kelly Ashton Todd's Under Review:Katahdin
Orla McCarthy's Mind(e)scape
Spanish Artist, Laura Aris' Cualquier Mañana
Luke Murphy's Film for Step Up Project 2020 shoton the Sheeps Head Peninsula Amergin
More about Luke Murphy
Originally from Cork City, Luke is a performer / writer / director and choreographer working across various mediums in Europe, the UK and USA. Luke is the producer and programming director of The Catch8 Workshop Series in Cork City. He trained at Point Park University where he earned his BFA in Dance and English in 2009 and University of Chichester where he earned an MA in Choreography in 2017.
Luke founded Attic Projects in 2014 as an umbrella for his various independent projects in dance, film and theatre. Luke’s work has been supported by various commissions, awards and residencies internationally including the Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon; Cork City Council; Culture Ireland; New England Foundation for the Arts National Dance Project; Kaatsbaan International Dance Centre; Pavilion Theatre; Tyrone Guthrie Centre; Irish Arts Centre; Foundation for Contemporary Arts; Dance Limerick; Dance Base: Scotland’s National Theatre for Dance; Tribeca Performing Arts Centre, New York; Dance Now Silo New York; Tanz Tendendz, Munich; b12 Berlin and others. He has created and performed ten dance performance works throughout Ireland, Germany, UK and USA including several that have featured at Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre - Your Own Man / Mad Notions (2015); On Triumph and Trauma (2016); The Dust We Raised (2017); The Milkyboy Kid (2018) and most recently Carnivore, which was developed during a residency at Uillinn in 2019.
The Contemporary Dance Programme at Uillinn is in partnership with Cork County Council and supported by the Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon.