December 8, 2016

'...Seductive and engrossing, the films draw the visitor in, almost folding them into their world of organic precision' Deborah Madden, December 2016

Motioning Constant to the Other, 2013  and  This Earth Might Be Uninhabited, 2011

I am very delighted to be exhibiti...

December 3, 2016

I am very happy to announce my upcoming event The Nautilus Shutter Experiments: Part 2; True Wholes, presented by Experimental Film Society @ Filmbase...

November 16, 2016

Eclipse, a trilogy of pinhole photographs. These unique prints can be gotten at the Black Church Print Studio Friends Print Draw 2016 on the 18th of November. 

November 16, 2016

The great underground epic TRAILERS by Rouzbeh Rashidi  will mark my debut on the big screen at the 61st International Cork Film Festival on 13/11/16 at 20:15.   I would like to thank the masterful Rouzbeh Rashidi for giving me that extraordinary and unforget...

June 19, 2016

I am delighted to announce that Dean Kavanagh's Animal Kingdom enters into pre-production.

May 21, 2016

This Harmony is an Accident premiered at Triskel Project Space in Cork on the 12th of May 2016 as part of Luminous Void - An Experimental Film Society exhibition curated by Maximilian Le Cain.

"This Harmony is an Accident is the final film loop of the Luminous Void exhi...

April 24, 2016

Melone [meˈloːnə] will premiere at Indecent Materials - An Experimental Film Society programme curated by Dean Kavanagh at Filmbase, Dublin on Sunday 24th of April 2016 at 3pm.

Press release:

EFS @ FilmBase presents
Indecent Materials

Over the past decade Experimental F...

December 3, 2015

Still from ‘Oasis’ (2015) and  Documentation of 'Mirage' by Atoosa PourHosseini.

‘Oasis’ forms part of ‘Mirage’, a performance by Atoosa Pour Hosseini (featuring Anja Mahler) that took place in ArtBox Dublin on December 3rd 2015


November 20, 2015

Performance for Rouzbeh Rashidi's upcoming feature film TRAILERS (2016). Produced by Experimental Film Society. Funded by The Arts Council of Ireland.




October 1, 2015

'In her videos Mahler focuses the lens on the minutaie of everyday objectes and patiently watches them change or become. I this way the concept of progress is embedded in her practice as a physical act that she employs to unravel her subject matter.' Marysia Wieckiewic...

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