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Without from Within: Contemporary Experimental Shorts NC

Phantoscope

Without from Within: Contemporary Experimental Shorts
Thu 2 Dec 2021

8:15pm
Thu 2 Dec 2021

8:15pm

80 mins – Ireland / France / USA – 2018-2021 – Dir: Various
Starring: Katie O’Neill, Shelly Kamiel, Aisling O Connell and Natasha Bourke

Without from Within is the first Phantoscope event since Triskel Christchurch Cinema reopened after lockdown. Phantoscope always works to present Cork audiences with a selection of the richest films that experimental cinema has to offer and this re-launch programme is extra special. It brings together a captivating series of very personal films by contemporary artists working in experimental moving image.

The past eighteen months have radically changed our way of existing, with conditions imposed that have led to isolation, introversion and a heightened questioning of who we are and how, if not why, we live. This situation has directed us inward and made much that we took for granted about our lives, our surroundings and even ourselves seem strange. Although few of the films in this programme directly reference the pandemic, they are all born of a scrutiny of solitude and new ways of looking at the world from the most intimate perspectives. Far from lamenting this inwardness, these filmmakers engage with its richness and summon new dreams, new myths, new bodies and new freedoms from its surprise, joy and pain. Katie O’Neill’s description of the theme of her Message Green resonates throughout the entire programme: “the necessity of solitude, and the importance of being in touch with one’s inner voice.” As we emerge from lockdown and take stock, these films will prove timely points of reference.

– Maximilian Le Cain (Phantoscope Programmer)

The screening will be followed by a filmmaker Q&A (participants TBC)

satanama (Natasha Bourke, 3 mins, 2021)
satanama honours the times we live in and a dear old pet before their passing.

Natasha Bourke is a Cork-based interdisciplinary artist with a fine art and extensive movement/circus background. Her practice embraces analogue and digital, lens-based media installation, performance, archive, drawing and sound.


No Small Spoons (Aisling O Connell, 3mins, 2020)
A short piece on the shared isolation during the days on the fringes.

Aisling O Connell is a visual artist based in Cork City who works with film, performance, paint and text. Her practice includes research into experimental film and the development of a distinctively personal visual language.


La Petite Nuit (Calypso Debrot, 7 mins, 2019)
The Little Night (‘La Petite Nuit’) slips off into the water, which is deep, colossal; the curtain flaps softly in the wind; the cat gets wet.

Calypso Debrot’s artistic practice is concerned with what persists, with what – surprisingly – continues to exist through the ages: magic, arts, knowledge, languages, intuitions, etc. Her polymorphic work includes films, installations, performance, vocals and drawings.


-pussy- (Sarah Ellen Lundy, 6 mins, 2021)
-pussy- looks abstractly at ideas around isolation, introspection & silence whilst exploring clit clichés & tropes through suggestions of tenderness, titillation & a formalist female gaze.

Sarah Ellen Lundy is an experimental visual artist from South County Sligo who also creates sonic and performative ritualistic experiences through esoteric project ɗʉɭʈ; her studio practice is preoccupied with nature & specifically an eco-feminist perspective.


Message Green (Katie Gerardine O’Neill, 18 mins, 2020)
An audio-visual poem, exploring the profundity of nature, the necessity of solitude, and the importance of being in touch with one’s inner voice.

Katie Gerardine O’Neill is a multidisciplinary artist based in Dublin. Her work has explored themes of alienation, psycho-geography, art-therapy, identity and agency, memory and “medium as message”.


Kinetics (Atoosa Pour Hosseini, 11 mins, 2018)
Shot in saturated 16mm colour, this dreamlike film follows a primeval female figure exploring an ancient landscape poised over an endlessly blue sea.

Atoosa Pour Hosseini is an artist-filmmaker based in Dublin. Her work, which is influenced by historical avant-garde cinema, explores questions about illusion, reality, and perception through film, video, installation and performance.


Water or Milk (Aisling O’Connell, 6 mins, 2020)
A self-reflective piece on growing lean through the hazy blue.


Rinse: Repeat (Shelly Sarah Kamiel, 26 mins, 2018)
A haunting journey into the shapeless corridors of time travel from the corporeal flesh to the intangible cerebral memories submerged beneath the sticky surface of the self.

Shelly Kamiel is a filmmaker based in the Big Apple. Her dark, wryly humorous films invite viewers into an intense personal vision that is as unsettling as it is visually enticing.

Thurs 2 Dec
8.15pm
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Thu 2 Dec 2021
8:15pm
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Cinema Info

Experience the best in Independent and world film in a fully digital cinema based in the unique surroundings of a stunningly refurbished 1700s neo-classical church. Triskel Arts Centre in the heart of Cork city screens two titles each week with additional special events, film strands such as Experimental Film, Horror and monthly Shorts.


Tickets & Pricing

Ticket prices before 5pm:
Full: €7.00
With Annual Membership: €6.00
Child (under 14): €6.00

Ticket prices 5pm and after:
Full: €10.00
With Annual Membership: €7.50
Child (under 14): €7.50


Cinema Membership

If you love films, then Triskel Cinema Membership is a must for you.

Members benefits include:

  • Reduced standard ticket prices
  • No fees on non-cert titles
  • Invitation to special screenings and events
  • Exclusive membership newsletter
  • A free screening after every eight attended (full annual membership only)
  • You can also treat one guest per screening to your membership rates (full annual membership only)

Full: €15 – click HERE to purchase
Student*: Free (sign up with valid student ID)
Silver*: Free (for over 65s)
Unwaged*: Free (for jobseekers)

* Sign up in person at Triskel Box Office

Terms and conditions

  • Card is valid for 12 months from date of purchase. Titles, times, dates and prices subject to change.
  • Management reserves the right to refuse admission.
  • Membership can be revoked if not used in line with our terms and conditions.
  • Membership is non-transferrable.
  • Full Membership can be purchased online. All other memberships need to be obtained at our Box Office. Please note, we do not process memberships in the 30 minutes prior to a screening.
  • Presentation of membership card and valid ID needed to purchase tickets and enter auditorium.
  • Membership prices does not extend to satellite broadcasting events.
  • Membership price can be extended to one guest per screening (full annual membership only).
  • One free ticket earned for every eight (full annual membership only).
  • Tickets for films rated ’12A’ and ’15A’ can be purchased for persons under the ages of 12 and 15 only if accompanied by an adult guardian (of 18 years or older).
  • Tickets for films rated ’16’ can be purchased by persons of 16 years of age and over only (valid ID may be required).
  • Tickets for films rated ’18’ can be purchased by persons of 18 years of age and over only (valid ID may be required).
  • Tickets for films rated ‘NC’ can be purchased by members only, of 18 years of age and over only (valid ID may be required).
  • Use of recording devices is forbidden.

Coming Soon

Please note that all tickets must be purchased online in advance of attending at Triskel. There will not be a Box Office at the venue and you will not be able to purchase or collect tickets at the venue.

Are you a cinema member? If not, why not?! Click on the Cinema Membership tab above for more information or click here to purchase. 

Tue 5 July

  • Swan Song – 6.15pm
  • Between Two Worlds – 8.25pm

Wed 6 July

  • Swan Song – 6.15pm
  • Between Two Worlds – 8.25pm

Thu 7 July

  • Swan Song – 6.15pm
  • Between Two Worlds – 8.25pm

Sun 10 July

  • Double Bill: Dr. Who And The Daleks and Dalek’s Invasion Earth 2150 A.D. –  12.30pm

Mon 11 July

  • Il Buco – 6.15pm
  • Benediction – 8.10pm

Tue 12 July

  • Il Buco – 6.15pm
  • Benediction – 8.10pm

Wed 13 July

  • Il Buco – 6.15pm
  • Benediction – 8.10pm

Thu 14 July

  • Moneyboys – 6pm
  • Benediction – 8.10pm

Sun 17 July

  • Bergman Island – 2pm
  • Everything Went Fine –  4.20pm

Mon 18 July

  • Bergman Island – 6pm
  • Everything Went Fine – 8.20pm

Tue 19 July

  • Bergman Island – 6pm
  • Everything Went Fine – 8.20pm

Wed 20 July

  • Bergman Island – 6pm
  • Everything Went Fine – 8.20pm

Thu 21 July

  • Blissed – 6pm
  • Everything Went Fine – 8.20pm

Sun 24 July

  • Nitram – 2pm
  • Good Luck To You, Leo Grande –  4.40pm

Mon 25 July

  • Nitram – 6.10pm
  • Good Luck To You, Leo Grande –  8.25pm

Tue 26 July

  • Nitram – 6.10pm
  • Good Luck To You, Leo Grande – 8.25pm

Wed 27 July

  • Nitram – 6.10pm
  • Good Luck To You, Leo Grande – 8.25pm

Thu 28 July

  • Nitram – 6.10pm
  • Good Luck To You, Leo Grande – 8.25pm

Click here for some things to note when visiting Triskel.


Without from Within: Contemporary Experimental Shorts NC

Phantoscope

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Thu 2 Dec 2021
8:15pm
8:15pm [eme_if tag="Cinema" style="color:#999999;text-transform:lowercase">8:15pm
| Promo codes can be applied at checkout
Thu 2 Dec 2021
8:15pm
8:15pm [eme_if tag="Cinema" style="color:#999999;text-transform:lowercase">8:15pm
| Promo codes can be applied at checkout
Tickets
Sold Out

80 mins – Ireland / France / USA – 2018-2021 – Dir: Various
Starring: Katie O’Neill, Shelly Kamiel, Aisling O Connell and Natasha Bourke

Without from Within is the first Phantoscope event since Triskel Christchurch Cinema reopened after lockdown. Phantoscope always works to present Cork audiences with a selection of the richest films that experimental cinema has to offer and this re-launch programme is extra special. It brings together a captivating series of very personal films by contemporary artists working in experimental moving image.

The past eighteen months have radically changed our way of existing, with conditions imposed that have led to isolation, introversion and a heightened questioning of who we are and how, if not why, we live. This situation has directed us inward and made much that we took for granted about our lives, our surroundings and even ourselves seem strange. Although few of the films in this programme directly reference the pandemic, they are all born of a scrutiny of solitude and new ways of looking at the world from the most intimate perspectives. Far from lamenting this inwardness, these filmmakers engage with its richness and summon new dreams, new myths, new bodies and new freedoms from its surprise, joy and pain. Katie O’Neill’s description of the theme of her Message Green resonates throughout the entire programme: “the necessity of solitude, and the importance of being in touch with one’s inner voice.” As we emerge from lockdown and take stock, these films will prove timely points of reference.

– Maximilian Le Cain (Phantoscope Programmer)

The screening will be followed by a filmmaker Q&A (participants TBC)

satanama (Natasha Bourke, 3 mins, 2021)
satanama honours the times we live in and a dear old pet before their passing.

Natasha Bourke is a Cork-based interdisciplinary artist with a fine art and extensive movement/circus background. Her practice embraces analogue and digital, lens-based media installation, performance, archive, drawing and sound.


No Small Spoons (Aisling O Connell, 3mins, 2020)
A short piece on the shared isolation during the days on the fringes.

Aisling O Connell is a visual artist based in Cork City who works with film, performance, paint and text. Her practice includes research into experimental film and the development of a distinctively personal visual language.


La Petite Nuit (Calypso Debrot, 7 mins, 2019)
The Little Night (‘La Petite Nuit’) slips off into the water, which is deep, colossal; the curtain flaps softly in the wind; the cat gets wet.

Calypso Debrot’s artistic practice is concerned with what persists, with what – surprisingly – continues to exist through the ages: magic, arts, knowledge, languages, intuitions, etc. Her polymorphic work includes films, installations, performance, vocals and drawings.


-pussy- (Sarah Ellen Lundy, 6 mins, 2021)
-pussy- looks abstractly at ideas around isolation, introspection & silence whilst exploring clit clichés & tropes through suggestions of tenderness, titillation & a formalist female gaze.

Sarah Ellen Lundy is an experimental visual artist from South County Sligo who also creates sonic and performative ritualistic experiences through esoteric project ɗʉɭʈ; her studio practice is preoccupied with nature & specifically an eco-feminist perspective.


Message Green (Katie Gerardine O’Neill, 18 mins, 2020)
An audio-visual poem, exploring the profundity of nature, the necessity of solitude, and the importance of being in touch with one’s inner voice.

Katie Gerardine O’Neill is a multidisciplinary artist based in Dublin. Her work has explored themes of alienation, psycho-geography, art-therapy, identity and agency, memory and “medium as message”.


Kinetics (Atoosa Pour Hosseini, 11 mins, 2018)
Shot in saturated 16mm colour, this dreamlike film follows a primeval female figure exploring an ancient landscape poised over an endlessly blue sea.

Atoosa Pour Hosseini is an artist-filmmaker based in Dublin. Her work, which is influenced by historical avant-garde cinema, explores questions about illusion, reality, and perception through film, video, installation and performance.


Water or Milk (Aisling O’Connell, 6 mins, 2020)
A self-reflective piece on growing lean through the hazy blue.


Rinse: Repeat (Shelly Sarah Kamiel, 26 mins, 2018)
A haunting journey into the shapeless corridors of time travel from the corporeal flesh to the intangible cerebral memories submerged beneath the sticky surface of the self.

Shelly Kamiel is a filmmaker based in the Big Apple. Her dark, wryly humorous films invite viewers into an intense personal vision that is as unsettling as it is visually enticing.

Thurs 2 Dec
8.15pm
Book Tickets
Sold Out
Thu 2 Dec 2021
8:15pm
8:15pm [eme_if tag="Cinema" style="color:#999999;text-transform:lowercase">8:15pm
Visual Art Banner [eme_if tag="Cinema" href="https://www.triskelartscentre.ie/education" title="Back to Education page">Education Banner Special Events Banner

Cinema Info

Experience the best in Independent and world film in a fully digital cinema based in the unique surroundings of a stunningly refurbished 1700s neo-classical church. Triskel Arts Centre in the heart of Cork city screens two titles each week with additional special events, film strands such as Experimental Film, Horror and monthly Shorts.


Tickets & Pricing

Ticket prices before 5pm:
Full: €7.00
With Annual Membership: €6.00
Child (under 14): €6.00

Ticket prices 5pm and after:
Full: €10.00
With Annual Membership: €7.50
Child (under 14): €7.50


Cinema Membership

If you love films, then Triskel Cinema Membership is a must for you.

Members benefits include:

  • Reduced standard ticket prices
  • No fees on non-cert titles
  • Invitation to special screenings and events
  • Exclusive membership newsletter
  • A free screening after every eight attended (full annual membership only)
  • You can also treat one guest per screening to your membership rates (full annual membership only)

Full: €15 – click HERE to purchase
Student*: Free (sign up with valid student ID)
Silver*: Free (for over 65s)
Unwaged*: Free (for jobseekers)

* Sign up in person at Triskel Box Office

Terms and conditions

  • Card is valid for 12 months from date of purchase. Titles, times, dates and prices subject to change.
  • Management reserves the right to refuse admission.
  • Membership can be revoked if not used in line with our terms and conditions.
  • Membership is non-transferrable.
  • Full Membership can be purchased online. All other memberships need to be obtained at our Box Office. Please note, we do not process memberships in the 30 minutes prior to a screening.
  • Presentation of membership card and valid ID needed to purchase tickets and enter auditorium.
  • Membership prices does not extend to satellite broadcasting events.
  • Membership price can be extended to one guest per screening (full annual membership only).
  • One free ticket earned for every eight (full annual membership only).
  • Tickets for films rated ’12A’ and ’15A’ can be purchased for persons under the ages of 12 and 15 only if accompanied by an adult guardian (of 18 years or older).
  • Tickets for films rated ’16’ can be purchased by persons of 16 years of age and over only (valid ID may be required).
  • Tickets for films rated ’18’ can be purchased by persons of 18 years of age and over only (valid ID may be required).
  • Tickets for films rated ‘NC’ can be purchased by members only, of 18 years of age and over only (valid ID may be required).
  • Use of recording devices is forbidden.

Coming Soon

Please note that all tickets must be purchased online in advance of attending at Triskel. There will not be a Box Office at the venue and you will not be able to purchase or collect tickets at the venue.

Are you a cinema member? If not, why not?! Click on the Cinema Membership tab above for more information or click here to purchase. 

Tue 5 July

  • Swan Song – 6.15pm
  • Between Two Worlds – 8.25pm

Wed 6 July

  • Swan Song – 6.15pm
  • Between Two Worlds – 8.25pm

Thu 7 July

  • Swan Song – 6.15pm
  • Between Two Worlds – 8.25pm

Sun 10 July

  • Double Bill: Dr. Who And The Daleks and Dalek’s Invasion Earth 2150 A.D. –  12.30pm

Mon 11 July

  • Il Buco – 6.15pm
  • Benediction – 8.10pm

Tue 12 July

  • Il Buco – 6.15pm
  • Benediction – 8.10pm

Wed 13 July

  • Il Buco – 6.15pm
  • Benediction – 8.10pm

Thu 14 July

  • Moneyboys – 6pm
  • Benediction – 8.10pm

Sun 17 July

  • Bergman Island – 2pm
  • Everything Went Fine –  4.20pm

Mon 18 July

  • Bergman Island – 6pm
  • Everything Went Fine – 8.20pm

Tue 19 July

  • Bergman Island – 6pm
  • Everything Went Fine – 8.20pm

Wed 20 July

  • Bergman Island – 6pm
  • Everything Went Fine – 8.20pm

Thu 21 July

  • Blissed – 6pm
  • Everything Went Fine – 8.20pm

Sun 24 July

  • Nitram – 2pm
  • Good Luck To You, Leo Grande –  4.40pm

Mon 25 July

  • Nitram – 6.10pm
  • Good Luck To You, Leo Grande –  8.25pm

Tue 26 July

  • Nitram – 6.10pm
  • Good Luck To You, Leo Grande – 8.25pm

Wed 27 July

  • Nitram – 6.10pm
  • Good Luck To You, Leo Grande – 8.25pm

Thu 28 July

  • Nitram – 6.10pm
  • Good Luck To You, Leo Grande – 8.25pm

Click here for some things to note when visiting Triskel.


Without from Within: Contemporary Experimental Shorts NC

Phantoscope

Image for Without from Within: Contemporary Experimental Shorts
Thu 2 Dec 2021
8:15pm
8:15pm [eme_if tag="Cinema" style="color:#999999;text-transform:lowercase">8:15pm
| Promo codes can be applied at checkout
Thu 2 Dec 2021
8:15pm
8:15pm [eme_if tag="Cinema" style="color:#999999;text-transform:lowercase">8:15pm
| Promo codes can be applied at checkout
Tickets
Sold Out

80 mins – Ireland / France / USA – 2018-2021 – Dir: Various
Starring: Katie O’Neill, Shelly Kamiel, Aisling O Connell and Natasha Bourke

Without from Within is the first Phantoscope event since Triskel Christchurch Cinema reopened after lockdown. Phantoscope always works to present Cork audiences with a selection of the richest films that experimental cinema has to offer and this re-launch programme is extra special. It brings together a captivating series of very personal films by contemporary artists working in experimental moving image.

The past eighteen months have radically changed our way of existing, with conditions imposed that have led to isolation, introversion and a heightened questioning of who we are and how, if not why, we live. This situation has directed us inward and made much that we took for granted about our lives, our surroundings and even ourselves seem strange. Although few of the films in this programme directly reference the pandemic, they are all born of a scrutiny of solitude and new ways of looking at the world from the most intimate perspectives. Far from lamenting this inwardness, these filmmakers engage with its richness and summon new dreams, new myths, new bodies and new freedoms from its surprise, joy and pain. Katie O’Neill’s description of the theme of her Message Green resonates throughout the entire programme: “the necessity of solitude, and the importance of being in touch with one’s inner voice.” As we emerge from lockdown and take stock, these films will prove timely points of reference.

– Maximilian Le Cain (Phantoscope Programmer)

The screening will be followed by a filmmaker Q&A (participants TBC)

satanama (Natasha Bourke, 3 mins, 2021)
satanama honours the times we live in and a dear old pet before their passing.

Natasha Bourke is a Cork-based interdisciplinary artist with a fine art and extensive movement/circus background. Her practice embraces analogue and digital, lens-based media installation, performance, archive, drawing and sound.


No Small Spoons (Aisling O Connell, 3mins, 2020)
A short piece on the shared isolation during the days on the fringes.

Aisling O Connell is a visual artist based in Cork City who works with film, performance, paint and text. Her practice includes research into experimental film and the development of a distinctively personal visual language.


La Petite Nuit (Calypso Debrot, 7 mins, 2019)
The Little Night (‘La Petite Nuit’) slips off into the water, which is deep, colossal; the curtain flaps softly in the wind; the cat gets wet.

Calypso Debrot’s artistic practice is concerned with what persists, with what – surprisingly – continues to exist through the ages: magic, arts, knowledge, languages, intuitions, etc. Her polymorphic work includes films, installations, performance, vocals and drawings.


-pussy- (Sarah Ellen Lundy, 6 mins, 2021)
-pussy- looks abstractly at ideas around isolation, introspection & silence whilst exploring clit clichés & tropes through suggestions of tenderness, titillation & a formalist female gaze.

Sarah Ellen Lundy is an experimental visual artist from South County Sligo who also creates sonic and performative ritualistic experiences through esoteric project ɗʉɭʈ; her studio practice is preoccupied with nature & specifically an eco-feminist perspective.


Message Green (Katie Gerardine O’Neill, 18 mins, 2020)
An audio-visual poem, exploring the profundity of nature, the necessity of solitude, and the importance of being in touch with one’s inner voice.

Katie Gerardine O’Neill is a multidisciplinary artist based in Dublin. Her work has explored themes of alienation, psycho-geography, art-therapy, identity and agency, memory and “medium as message”.


Kinetics (Atoosa Pour Hosseini, 11 mins, 2018)
Shot in saturated 16mm colour, this dreamlike film follows a primeval female figure exploring an ancient landscape poised over an endlessly blue sea.

Atoosa Pour Hosseini is an artist-filmmaker based in Dublin. Her work, which is influenced by historical avant-garde cinema, explores questions about illusion, reality, and perception through film, video, installation and performance.


Water or Milk (Aisling O’Connell, 6 mins, 2020)
A self-reflective piece on growing lean through the hazy blue.


Rinse: Repeat (Shelly Sarah Kamiel, 26 mins, 2018)
A haunting journey into the shapeless corridors of time travel from the corporeal flesh to the intangible cerebral memories submerged beneath the sticky surface of the self.

Shelly Kamiel is a filmmaker based in the Big Apple. Her dark, wryly humorous films invite viewers into an intense personal vision that is as unsettling as it is visually enticing.

Thurs 2 Dec
8.15pm
Book Tickets
Sold Out
| Promo codes can be applied at checkout
Book Tickets
Sold Out
Book Tickets