aemi: Artists’ & Experimental Moving Image – Website design and development

Website design and development for aemi (Artists’ & Experimental Moving Image).

(Project details will be added soon)

aemi is a creative platform dedicated to supporting and exhibiting artists’ & experimental moving image. A key objective is to develop audiences for artists’ moving image in Ireland through regular, curated programmes of both Irish and international work with the intention of contributing to and developing critical discourse around a wide range of practices in this area.

see: http://www.aemi.ie

Details
  • Website Design
  • Website Development
  • WordPress CMS
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Who are aemi?

supporting and exhibiting artists' & experimental moving image

aemi was founded in Dublin by Daniel Fitzpatrick and Alice Butler in 2016. Along with Aoife Desmond, Alan Lambert, Donal Foreman and Esperanza Collado, both Daniel and Alice were curatorial members of The Experimental Film Club, a committee that presented over 50 artist and experimental moving image programmes, and since 2010, resided at The Irish Film Insitute.

aemi is a creative platform dedicated to supporting and exhibiting artists’ & experimental moving image work. A key objective is to develop audiences for artists’ moving image in Ireland through regular, curated programmes of both Irish and international work with the intention of contributing to and developing critical discourse around a wide range of practices in this area.

aemi also prioritises access to the cinema space as a key exhibition site for visual arts-based moving image works and seeks to develop a strategic approach for the international distribution of moving image works from Irish and Irish-based artists by instituting a system that circulates programmes of Irish work compiled by a jury of experts. aemi endeavours to establish a multi-faceted network of support for artists’ moving image in Ireland. This would strengthen a connection with LUX, an international arts agency for artists who work with the moving image.