The 2nd edition of Light Moves Festival took place in Limerick from 19-22 NOVEMBER 2015.
Feature Films: Including screenings of The Turin Horse directed by Béla Tarr and Ágnes Hranitzky (Hungary, 2010) and Anna Karenina directed by Joe Wright (UK, 2012).
Installations – CARRIAGEWORKS / 24 FRAMES PER SECOND
24 Frames Per Second is a ground-breaking project that has been developed by Sydney based contemporary multi-arts centre Carriageworks. Three years in development, Carriageworks has commissioned choreographers, visual artists, performance-makers and filmmakers to make 24 major new screenbased works. Occupying the nexus between film, dance and the visual arts, the exhibition has been conceived in response to a shift towards interdisciplinary and collaborative experimentation in contemporary artistic practice.
Film Screeings: A series of 10 short film programmes consisting of films from the Light Moves Open Call 2015.
Invited Works: Including Into the Mire and Track by Nigel Rolf, and Space In and Imperceptible by Boris Van Deer Avoort.
Installations: The 2015 installation programme included Chaplet of Roses by Colin Gee and Angie Smalis, and iDuet by Steve Woods and John Scott.
Light Moves Symposium – Peeling Away The Layers: Presented in partnership with DMarc at The University of Limerick and featuring Mary Nunan, Marisa Zanotti, Siobhan Davies and Nigel Rolfe, with a keynote speech by Claudia Kappenberg.
Light Moves Screendance LAB: Light Moves Screendance Laboratory is a forum for investigation in which interlacing strands of dance filmmaking are explored, unlocked and re-imagined.
- Dance Limerick
- Limerick School of Art and Design
- Lower Cecil St and O’Connell St
- The Hunt Museum