From the press release:
"Tracing a journey through an unspecified landscape, INTERZONE
deploys many of the cinematic strategies used to delineate a narrative setting, but combines them with other elements in a way which introduces spatial and temporal uncertainty. Oblique references to US and Russian lunar exploration and interplanetary transport introduce the possibility that this setting might be a distant place or a future moment. A much more familiar vantage point is offered by a woman, dressed in everyday clothing, who walks purposefully through the landscape. She follows pathways which form a small part of a much larger assemblage of communication systems, specific to the physical and infrastructural environment of Fingal in County Dublin, the focus of INTERZONE
's investigation. Through a deliberate conjunction of vantage points, INTERZONE
seeks to survey and capture things hidden in plain sight, preserving aspects of this changing physical, social and infrastructural environment for a future moment."
The Seamus Ennis Centre in The Naul in November 2012.
The screening was followed by a conversation between Dennis McNulty and Daniel Jewesbury, a transcript of which is available here
Included in 'Transport and Transit', a programme of artists' film and video works curated by Maeve Connolly
, which was screened at FACT, Liverpool (October 2014) and CONNECT/CTVR, Dublin (March 2015).
The Box at The Wexner Center
in September 2013.
was commissioned by Fingal Arts Office
through the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government's Per Cent for Art scheme.