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Experimental filmmaker Maximilian Le Cain and multi-media artist Vicky Langan will be on residency for the month of August.
Maximilian Le Cain and Vicky Langan
Participating a recidency at the Centre Culturel Irlandais this AUGUST 2017
Experimental filmmaker Maximilian Le Cain and multi-media artist Vicky Langan have worked in partnership since 2010, and will develop new work during their residency at CCI.
Le Cain has made more than eighty experimental films and videos over the past decade that have been screened from Cork and Dublin to Berlin, St Petersburg, Teheran and Melbourne. An internationally recognized writer on film, he is an active member of Experimental Film Society in Dublin and has also curated screenings, workshops and multi-media programmes all over Ireland.
Langan’s work in the field of sound has earned her the title of ‘Queen-Bee of Irish Noise’ and she curates the experimental music and film platform Black Sun in Cork. Her performance practice operates across the fields of live art, sound and film. Together Langan and Le Cain have created nine moving images, screened internationally; Light/Sound (2010) is part of the permanent collection of the Collectif Jeune Cinéma in Paris.
About the residency - Current Residents Artists, writers, musicians... each season different residents carry out their own research and participate in CCI's cultural programme The combination of living and working in historic and atmospheric surroundings, in one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world, is of undeniable benefit to each artist in residence as well as an important means of channelling a wealth of artistic influence towards Ireland and its creative community.
Artists in Residence
Our annual residency programme offers great opportunities for artists of all disciplines to tap into the resources of Paris and the CCI, as well as being an important means of showcasing Ireland's dynamic contemporary culture on an international stage. Next call for applications: November 2017 for residencies between September 2018 and July 2019.