Steven McInerney

Since 2009 McInerney's work has exhibited at British Film Institute, Curzon, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Kurzfilm Festival Hamburg, Festival Internacional de Cine de Gijón, Punto y Raya, Fiber Festival, Fest Anča International Animation Festival, Mostra Internacional de Cinema Etnográfico, Proceso de Error, ULTRAcinema Mexico, Gallery of Modern Art Waterford, Cork French Film Festival, Sines and Squares Festival, Portico Gallery, Splice Audio Visual Performing Arts Festival, Bideodromo Experimental Film and Video Festival, London Short Film Festival, Flatpack Film Festival, East End Film Festival, Supernormal Festival, Cafe OTO, and IKLECTIK Art Lab.

His films have won awards at Istanbul International Experimental Film Festival, Family Film Project and Aguilar International Film Festival. His film projects have received funding and support from Arts Council England, Lux Moving Image, Film London, British Film Council, has been featured on BBC Radio, Ina GRM, France Muique and hosts a monthly radio programme on Resonance 104.4fm. His work has been reviewed in print and online by Wire Magazine, Wallpaper, Elephant, Ableton and Electronic Sound. McInerney was the founder and curator of Hackney Film Festival between the years 2010-2012 and graduated from the Queensland School of Film and Television in 2003.
Steven McInerney (b. Melbourne, 1983) is a multimedia artist combining film, digital projection and sonic composition to create experimental films, expanded cinema and live audiovisual performances. McInerney's work draws upon dichotomous energies, meditating between the sacred and profane. His cinematic work explores psychospiritual tropes and altered perception, often blurring the lines between science and fiction.

His live performances utilise multi-channel projection and real-time feedback systems to exploit the audience's awareness of time within the moving image; pushing the boundaries of perception and the medium itself. McInerney is the founder of Psyché Tropes, a film company and label investigating the synaesthetic intersections between sound and its visual counterpart. He is half of the expanded multimedia project IOME and releases music under the pseudonym Merkaba Macabre.