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The current exhibition at Imma) explores the ongoing relationship between cinema and other visual arts, writes Susan Morrell.

6th July, 2013
Myasnoe by Andrei Tarkovsky, lambda print Polaroid photograph.

The current exhibition at the Irish Museum of Modern Art (Imma) explores the ongoing relationship between cinema and other visual arts. Cloud Illusions I Recall, its title taken from the Joni Mitchell classic Both Sides, Now and alluding to the ephemeral nature of memory, features rare works and exclusive Imma commissions to illustrate the influence of film on a diverse range of artistic forms.

What began as a conversation between artists Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Cerith...

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