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Artists’ Film International

Still from Ailbhe Ní Bhriain 'Inscriptions (One Here Now)', Single channel film, 2018. Image courtesy the artist & domobaal gallery, London

14 February - 7 June (Part 1) 

Artists’ Film International (AFI), established by the Whitechapel
Gallery, London in 2008, includes 22 global partners. It brings
together recent moving image works by artists nominated by
each venue which are presented over the course of a year in each
of the 22 institutions.

For 2020, the theme of the AFI programme is ‘Language’ and, for its
inaugural participation, Crawford Art Gallery has invited Irish artist
Ailbhe Ní Bhriain to present her film Inscriptions (One Here Now)
(2018) during the programme.

The films in the AFI 2020 programme are selected by:

Ballroom Marfa, Texas | Belgrade Cultural Centre
Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm | CCA – Centre for Contemporary Art, Vilnius
Centre for Contemporary Arts Afghanistan, Kabul
Crawford Art Gallery, Cork | Fundacion PRÓA, Buenos Aires
GAMeC, Bergamo | Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
Hanoi DOCLAB | Istanbul Modern
Friends of IZIKO South African National Gallery, Cape Town
KWM artcentre, Beijing
Mohammad and Mahera Abu Ghazaleh Foundation, Amman 
Moscow Museum of Modern Art | Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (n.b.k.), Berlin | Para Site, Hong Kong;
Project 88, Mumbai | Tromsø Kunstforening, Tromsø
Whitechapel Gallery, London | The Whitworth, University of Manchester

Each month the films selected are shown in a looped format.
The 22 films will be screened, in two parts, across the year from
14 February to 7 June and 2 October to 23 January 2021.

14 February – 22 March 

Miguel Fernadez de Castro 
Grammar of Gates (2019), (20:32) 
Ballroom Marfa, Texas 

Dominka Olszowy 
Wanda Wanton (2016), (9:14) 
Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw 

Rhea Storr 
Junkanoo Talk (2017), (11:36) 
Whitechapel Gallery, London 

Lisa Tan 
My Pictures of You (2017-19), (23:07) 
Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm 

23 March – 26 April 

RAQS Media Collective 
Passwords for Time Travel (2017), (10:02) 
Project 88, Mumbai, India 

Lerato Shadi 
Mabogo Dinku (2019), (6:00) 
Friends of Iziko South African National Gallery 

Yu Guo 
Enchantment (2019), (12:57) 
KWM artcenter, Beijing 

Ailbhe Ní Bhriain 
Inscriptions (One Here Now) (2018), (15:05) 
Crawford Art Gallery, Cork

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