The changing landscape of Dublin’s once-booming suburbs is the subject of Irish artist Dennis McNulty’s Interzone, made last year while he worked in residence in the Wexner Center’s Film/Video Studio Program. A menacingly alien soundtrack sets the tone for a series of long tracking shots that follow the path of a single woman and show an evolving landscape that shifts from suburban housing projects and retail complexes to swaths of unused rural land. McNulty introduces Interzone and a program of related videos on September 12 at 4:30 PM—see the Visiting Filmmakers section for details. (13 mins., video)
Interzone was commissioned by Fingal County Council in 2007 as part of a series of public artworks. It was finished with the support of the Wexner Center’s Film/Video Studio Program and is presented with support from Culture Ireland.
Free for all audiences
SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS FOR FILM/VIDEO
Rohauer Collection Foundation
GENEROUS SUPPORT FOR VISITING FILMMAKER PRESENTATIONS
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
SUPPORT FOR INTERZONE