Upcoming events...

Fanvid DIY Film Club!
November 29 / 7pm / Unit 44 / Free entry

Screenings of artists' films, music videos, phone movies, and everything in between. Open submissions, send films to: fanviddublin@gmail.com

01 - 12 - 23
December 1st / 7pm / Unit 44 / 15 € (General Entry) - 10€ (Reduced)

Solo performances by Son Zept (NI) A/V, Johnny Heartbreaker (SE), Murdock (IE/SE), QNTMFM (NI/SE) together with visuals by D1armu1d (IE)

[Booking link here]

An_id3al_machin3 LP 
(Launch Event)

December 14th / 7pm / Unit 44 / 7 €

Launching a new body of work from electronic music producer Paul Prior with choreography from dancer Aphra Hartmann!

[Booking link here]

Past events...

Beginner’s Guide To Slow Travel (2023) 60’ World Premiere
November 21 / 10 pm / Free entry

Beginner’s Guide To Slow Travel is a devised piece composed collaboratively by Sebastian Adams (1991), Robert Coleman (1989), Yseult Cooper Stockdale (1991), Jane Hackett (1991), Hannah Miller (1994) and Joan Somers Donnelly (1991).

How can we craft new ways to navigate the world as the tangible impact of anthropogenic climate change accelerates? One of the huge challenges for music will be adapting to a world where air travel no longer seems justifiable.

Blackwater Valley High — The Doe

(1) November 15  (Launch) / 8pm / Unit 44 / Free entry (2) November 16 & 17 (Installation) / 1pm to 8pm / Unit 44

Captured during the dark days of 2020/2021 the work condenses 52 weeks into 60 minutes using the Irish/Celtic calendar (November to October) as a framework for an unplanned, chronological visual record of the turning of the year and the changing of the seasons.

Featuring a collaborative soundtrack by permeable audio collective North Cork Organic Group, ARD GHLEANN NA HABHANN MOIRE will have a preview screening at Unit 44 this Wednesday November 15th as part of the Irish Design Week.

The work will also be installed at Unit 44 on Thursday 16th & Friday 17th at Unit 44 between 1pm & 8pm, looping on the hour every hour.

Palestinian Film and Music Evening

November 10 / 7.30pm / Unit 44
Join friends in fundraising for the UNRWA for an evening that celebrates the rich cultural heritage of Palestine.

To kick off the evening, Palestinian musicians Yasmina Mansour and Sarraj Alsersawi will perform traditional Palestinian music on the Qanoun and Oud. This will be followed by a recitation of Mahmoud Darwish’s poetry by Irish/Iraqi poet Ali Taki.

Elia Suleiman’s internationally acclaimed film "Divine Intervention" will be screened to close the evening. Released in 2002, this film is known for its unique blend of dark humour, surrealism, and social commentary and explores the daily challenges and absurdities faced by Palestinians living under occupation. It has been recognized as a groundbreaking piece of contemporary Palestinian cinema.

Event duration: Music/poetry: 45 minutes. Film: 90 minutes

Sundays at Noon: Kirkos Ensemble / Day Magee / Robbie Blake 

October 29 / 12pm / Hugh Lane Gallery

Commissioned by Sundays at Noon and the Hugh Lane Gallery, the premiere of work by Visual/Sonic artist Day Magee, Keep Up , performed by Kirkos Ensemble featuring complimentary works from the era in response to the Andy Warhol exhibition ‘Andy Warhol, Three Times Out’ at the Hugh Lane Gallery October – January 2023/4.

Lina Andonovska - Flute
Sebastian Adams - Various 
Robert Coleman- Electronics 
Yseult Cooper Stockdale - Cello
Andy Ingamells - Various 
Special guests: Day Magee, Robbie Blake
Day Magee - Voice / Performance

In Keep Up, Magee adapts Kim Kardashian’s September 2022 interview with Andy Warhol’s Interview magazine following her appropriation of Marilyn Monroe’s clothing as a speculative score for an oratory performance.

FAT ÉIRE Vol. 2 Book Launch
October 20 / 6-9pm / Free entry / Unit 44

Join Cork-based, independent publishing organisation Bloomers to celebrate the launch of Fat Éire Vol. 2!

Support Salon (w/ Liz Hilliard)
October 17 / 3pm / Free entry / Unit 44
Support Salon is a monthly meet-up for freelance & experimental musicians to have a cup of tea, discuss their work, make connections, spend time together and gain insight into other people's workflow and ways of making work happen. 

School of Wild Listenong: Listening group w/ Karen Power
October 16 / 7pm / Free entry (Pay what you can!) / Unit 44

Listening group with composer/sound artist Karen Power presenting ...sounds like the amazon... on an 8-channel surround sound system.. [Booking link here]