2017 – June
Our deadline of 6th July for the open call of residencies Autumn/Winter 2017 is fast approaching.
2017 – April
We are delighted that this autumn we will be welcoming two new artists to Inagh.
In September, coinciding with Clifden Arts Festival, Interface will host Swedish artist, Madelaine Sillfors.“My work takes place in the field of drawing and sculpture in a way that I focus on the architecture, and spiritual information I hear/see when working in a space. I often use the spatiality of the room as a reference point, and at Interface I would work spatially with the old salmon hatchery and the very interesting architecture of the old water tanks. I have started to work with the concept of the function of the sift. Filtering…with the filtering function of many living creatures in the sea.” New York composer, musician and sound artist, Brett Sroka comes to Interface in late September/early October.“The liminality that defines electro-acoustic sound, the transition between those aural phenomena, has been a recurring theme in my work, which has manifested itself in acoustic pieces that are transformed into electronic reflections of themselves in real time, performance techniques that confound the physical and the aural, or generative sound installations that grow out of improvisation or audience interaction.”
Glynn and Dalmazzo
2017 – March
Some pictures of the Interface presentation stand at Supermarket Art Fair, Stockholm. It was a fantastic event, with lots of meetings with wonderful people.
Later this month Interface will be taking a stand at Stockholm’s Supermarket Art Fair. We are really looking forward to making new connections at this exciting artist-run annual event.
2017 – January
We are delighted to announce that Anna Glynn and Peter Dalmazzo (Australia) will be artists in residence from early March to mid April. A multi media artist and a bioloist, both are experienced professionals in their respective fields and enjoy collaboration with each other as well as others in the community.
Glynn has received a number of Awards including: in 2013 she was a finalist in the ‘Australian Art in Asia Awards’ which recognised her ongoing commitment to international collaboration, in 1998 she received an International Women’s Day Award for contribution to ‘Women, Art & the Community and in 2009 her painting ‘Brave Hunter’ was chosen as the iconic Australian image for the cover of ‘A Concise History of Australia’. Dalmazzo received the 2015 Shoalhaven City Arts Boards Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Arts.
“Our love of nature is a strong influence on our professional practices. Anna’s multimedia works embrace narrative within nature, fleeting layers of time, past and present. Peter has broad interests from fish to birds, algae to terrestrial vegetation. His research on underwater sounds led to the creation of the Catalogue of Australian Marine Animal Sounds…We are applying as a couple working with diverse skills in multimedia art and science. A residency through Interface in the Inagh Valley would provide us with uninterrupted time to collaborate and utilise our interdisciplinary skills to research and develop new projects. We would observe, record, reflect and work together ‘where art and science meet’ – combining multimedia art and environmental endeavour.”
2016 – September
Linda Schirmer (DE) and Alannah Robins (IE) have been working on their current collaborative project, ‘Surfacing’. Using the old water tanks at the facility, they have explored qualities of water, of submersion and surfacing through dance, projection and film.