11.06.2022 - Expanded 16mm film live perfomance, IKLECTIK (UK)

25.02.2022 - Decomposition #6, 16mm live perfomance, IKLECTIK (UK)

21.01.2022 - IOME (multi-channel performance), IKLECTIK (UK)

25.11.2021 - Punto y Raya Festival Screening (Austria)

13.11.2021 - Istanbul International Experimental Film Festival Screening (Turkey)

28.10.2021 - Fiber Festival Screening & live stream - IOME (The Netherlands)

28.09.2021 - Bideodromo Experimental Film and Video Festival Screening (Spain)

25.09.2021 - IOME Outdoor Exhibition screening, BFI Southbank (UK)

11.09.2021 - Kurzfilm Festival Hamburg Screening Screening (Germany)

14.08.2021 - Psyché Tropes (DJ set), Servant Jazz Quarters (UK)

06.06.2021 - 9th International Video Poetry Festival Screening (Greece)

18.07.2021 - Psyché Tropes (DJ set), IKLECTIKA Art Fair, IKLECTIK (UK)

10.04.2021 - 16ª Mostra Internacional de Cinema Etnográfico (Spain)

17.11.2020 - ULTRAcinema 20 Screening (Mexico)

15.10.2020 - Proceso de Error Screening (Chile)

29.08.2020 - Fest Anča International Animation Festival (Slovakia ) (cancelled)

29.05.2020 - IKLECTIK & Touch off-site. Hangar, Barcelona (Spain) (cancelled)

18.04.2020 - Psyché Tropes Broadcast #2 IKLECTIK Off-sire Live stream (UK)

29.03.2020 - Free Movements, Juno Cafe, London (UK)

25.02.2020 - Mecanica Popular 40th Anniversary. Cafe OTO, London (UK)

01.01.2020 - Free Movements. Live visuals. Juno Cafe London (UK)

21.12.2019 - Winter Solstice Soundscapes. Vinyl Cafe, Carlisle (UK)

29.11.2019 - Projected Music 5-inch Launch. The Old Baths, London (UK)

16.11.2019 - Istanbul Experimental Screeing, Vault 34. Istanbul, (Turkey)

24.10.2019 - The Engine Room, IKLECTIK, London (UK)

17.08.2019 - The Delaware Road Festival, Salisbury Plain (UK)

27.06.2019 - Fest Anča International Animation Festival (Slovakia)

01.11.2019 - Festival Internacional de Cine de Gijón (Spain)

23.09.2018 - The Listening Body. IKLECTIK, London (UK)

18.08.2018 - Fort Process: Dispersion, Cafe OTO, London (UK)

06.06.2018 - Internationales Kurzfilmfestival Hamburg (Germany)

13.05.2018 - Splice Audio Visual Performing Arts Festival, IKLECTIK (UK)

20.04.2018 - Flatpack Film Festival, Centrala, Birmingham (UK)

09.02.2018 - Deliquium Sound Art Triennial, Electrowerkz, London (UK)

16.01.2018 - International Film Festival Rotterdam, (The Netherlands)

29.09.2017 - Sonic Dreams, Gallery of Modern Art, Waterford (Ireland)

11.07.2017 - End Film Festival. St John on Bethnal Green, London (UK)

08.07.2017 - Sonic Waterloo. IKLECTIK, London (UK)

16.04.2017 - Dronica #4, The Old Church, London (UK)

10.12.2016 - Pascal Savy two-day Residency. IKLECTIK, London (UK)

19.11.2016 - Sines & Squares Festival. Texture, Manchester (UK)

28.09.2016 - Vitaphone No More. Vinyl Deptford, London (UK)

03.06.2016 - Splice Audio Visual Performance Arts Festival. London (UK)

25.03.2016 - Dronica #1, The Old Church, London (UK)

03.10.2015 - Strange Umbrellas. Apiary Studios, London (UK)

02.04.2015 - An Evening of Modular Synthesis. Apiary Studios, London (UK)

29.08.2014 - Psyché Tropes HFF Vol. 1 Launch. Apiary Studios, London (UK)

07.08.2014 - 16mm Screening at Supernormal, Braziers Park, Oxfordshire (UK)

05.04.2013 - Installation at Cork French Film Festival. Cork (Ireland)

Merkaba Macabre is a multimedia project by Steven McInerney, an Australian-born artist living in London. He creates recherché, abstract works utilising in-camera and camera-less 16mm techniques drawing inspiration from dichotomous energies; meditating between the sacred and the profane. Often blurring the lines between science and fiction, his work has been described '' if our primordial, survival-based emotions had been transferred into the external environment..” – The Wire Magazine

McInerney’s oeuvre expands over the last decade. His films have exhibited internationally and won numerous awards. His practice ranges from audiovisual and musical performance, installation, experimental film & video works and curatorial activities. McInerney is half of the expanded multimedia project IOME and runs Psyché Tropes, a label dedicated to exploring the synaesthetic intersections between sound and its visual counterpart.