Irineu Destourelles is a Capeverdean/Portuguese visual artist based in Glasgow who works across moving-image, painting, drawing and writing with a focus on diaspora, creolity and the construction of social differences.

Selected moving-image works
2022 Monster's Walk in Ten Chapters
2021 Sketches for Geometric Abstract Paintings and Corrupted Sound from a Visual Arts Lesson
2020 Text Concerning a Perverse Hybrid Individual [y] and Cleaning Ritual
2020 Self-Portrait, Newsreel and Family Holliday in Leopoldville and Kinshasa
2019 Supernatural Forces, Mental Health and Detail from Indoors
2019 One Hundred and Two Houses on Fire
2019 Several Ways of Falling Ordered Differently
2019 Ex-colonial Landscape with Different Filters
2018 Unevenly Spaced and Censored Anonymous Undergraduate Essay
2017 Unrelativising - Someone is Adamant that their Sister is not their Sister and Over-and-Underexposed Handheld Images of Familiar Places
2017 Glossary of Political Words (Almost One-hundred Definitions)
2017 White Balance Error and Subject with Straight Long Hair
2016 Blurred Images of Two People Constrained by Time Fluctuating Between Acceptance and Rejection
2016 Parsing (First and Second Half of an Essay, with Blank Spaces and Mistakes, Running in Simultaneous)
2016 Emotional Exhibition Review
2015 Twenty-five Profiles (Extracts from Interracial Adult Marketing Material with Explicit Words Taken Out)
2014 New Words for Mindelo's Urban Creole
2011 Metathesiophobia
2011 Absence of Movement and Suspension of Time
2011 Where I Come From (Beginning and End of a Community Party Running in Simultaneous)