AEMI and EVA International present Emily McFarland’s ‘Curraghinalt’ – available until 27 Apr

AEMI and EVA International – Ireland’s Biennial of Contemporary Art – present Emily McFarland’s Curraghinalt on ‘aemi online’.

A remarkable work in documentary form that aemi first screened in 2019 in partnership with AMINI as part of ‘No Longer Peripheral’, an event that explored artist moving image cultures in Ireland, Northern Ireland & Scotland.

In Curraghinalt we encounter the disembodied voices of seven members of the Greencastle Peoples Office a collection of caravans high in the mountains that overlook a valley of farmland. Co. Tyrone artist Emily McFarland uses video and installation to reflect on narrative constructions of counter-culturalism and political protest. Curraghinalt is available to view online until 27th April.

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