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The Beholder

Aoibheann did additional camera work and location sound on director Conor Horgan's documentary
on portraiture, featuring acclaimed artists James Hanley, Brian Maguire and Mick O'Dea.
Funded by the Irish Arts Council, premiere at the Dublin International Film Festival 2010.

Running time: 52 minutes
Date: February 2010

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Conor Horgan

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Earthquack at the Shed

Video documentation of Diarmuid Mac Diarmada's monthly Salon Series 'Earthquack'. A night of experimental music and improvisation, hosted by Eli Mc Bett at the Shed in Dublin, with the tagline "Failure is an option".

Date: October 2009

Link:

The Shed


 

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Tactic

Commissioned by Tactic to film and photograph a series of workshops held during their residency
at the Lab in Dublin.

Date: Spring 2009, Dublin

Link:

Tactic




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Trespass

Video editor, Aoibheann O’Sullivan, worked with sound sculptor, Sven Anderson, to edit five interventions
by Trespass, filmed in forgotten urban landscapes in Dublin.

Running Time: 5 films of varying lengths
Date: Spring 2009, Dublin

Exhibited at The LAB (Dublin City Council Arts Office)

Link:

Trespass




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Pucá Workshops

Aoibheann O'Sullivan filmed & edited a montage of the Explorative Play Workshops coordinated
by Niamh Lawlor (Pucá) and co-facilitated with Slavek Kwi (Artificial Memory Trace)
and Cathy O'Kennedy (Fluxus Dance).

Running Time: 2.5 minutes
Date: October 2006, Dublin


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An audio visual feast filmed at the situ.action at the Temple Bar Studios.

Running Time: 60 seconds
Date: May 2004, Dublin



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For Irish artist Paul Murghnahan

Running Time: 5 minutes
Date: January 2004, Dublin

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Deja vu

Performance artist Anne Seagrave filmed for her exhibition at The 5th Gallery.

Running Time: 12 minutes
Date: March 2003, Dublin


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Claim Reclaim

A duet between Mary Nunan and Ferenc Szuzs filmed at the Project Arts’ Centre for Loopline Productions.

Running Time: 20 minutes
Date: May 2002, Dublin