Dawn to Dusk

Na Cailleacha is a group of eight female artists who came together on a residency in Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Ballycastle, Mayo in September 2020 to explore their attitudes to ageing, their bodies, their place in the artworld and how they relate to culture and heritage as older women.

Film maker Therry Rudin’s documentary followed the collective as they moved into this phase of their working lives.
The resulting documentary will be screened as part of the Mayo Bealtaine Festival 2021.

  • Therry Rudin
    Director
  • Barbara Henkes
    Edit
  • Carole Nelson
    Film Music
  • Project Type:
    Documentary
  • Runtime:
    35 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    April 26, 2021
  • Production Budget:
    9,822 EUR
  • Country of Origin:
    Ireland
  • Country of Filming:
    Ireland
  • Language:
    English
  • Shooting Format:
    Sony Digital
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
Director Biography - Therry Rudin

Therry Rudin, was born in Switzerland and has lived in Germany, USA and Brazil. She attended the ‘Basler Kunst Gewerbe Schule’ and the ‘Kunst Akademie’ in Munich, Germany. She first came to Ireland in 1985 and lived in Limerick for five years, where she founded the art school ‘Studio 55’ and published the arts magazine ‘Anima’. She now lives in Dublin and Barcelona. She lectured in the Fine Art Department of Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology. She has exhibited widely in Ireland, Switzerland, Brazil and USA in selected solo and group shows. She exhibits regularly in collaboration with the artist Patricia Hurl.
In 2005 curator of ‘Living Landscape’ Symposium in collaboration with the West-Cork-Arts-Centre, part two curator of a publication 'Living Landscape' Barcelona/West-Cork-Arts-Centre 2008/2009. Moving to Roscrea Co. Tipperary 2009, and in 2012 launching of the artist led space, Damer House Gallery with Patricia Hurl and in collaboration of OPW, Damer House and Castle, Heritage Centre Roscrea 2015 she was invited artist of the Bealtaine Festival, travel residency ‘Catch the He(art) with curator Michelle Browne and following artists Mary Kelly, James King and Patricia Hurl. In 2017 Therry participated in a group show Bád curated by Fergus Murphy in Damer House Gallery 2018 to 2019 directed and edit with the Editor Barbara Henkes independent film maker the documentary ‘The last of the Summer wine’ this moment working within a short future film project with Barbara Henkes ‘The Swop’ and produced a documentary 'Dawn to Dusk' a film of the artists group ‘Na Cailleacha’. The premier was screened in May2021 at this year Bealtaine Festival 21. And is working now on a short future film 'The Swop' a story told of the years 1916 in Donegal Ireland.

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Director Statement

My primary passion is in making film documentaries, film performances and drawing.

In my films, I develop artistic investigations revolving around how perception produces experience and how experiences turn into memories. Dealing with how memory gives rise to meaning, and how this meaning is changed when confronted with new experiences. And of dreamlike desire, in (film – performance) how this meaning has changed when confronted with new experiences.

The Drawing Process is comparable to the film-making, by investigation and research that is central to concluding her drawings.