Artist Talk | D.A.T.A – Dublin Art and Technology Association Event 68 at NCAD


Artist Talk | D.A.T.A – Dublin Art and Technology Association Event 68 at NCAD Date/Time
Date(s) - 31/03/2022
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

National College of Art and Design





D.A.T.A – Dublin Art and Technology Association returns with three guest speakers, Donal Lally and  Fiona McDermott (ANNEX) and Aisling Phelan.

ANNEX is a collaboration of artists, architects, and urban researchers born and/or based in Ireland who came together to curate the Irish Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2021. ANNEX explores the material and cultural implications of large technical systems for the built environment with reference to architecture, art, computer science, and gaming platforms. Members include Sven Anderson, Alan Butler, David Capener, Donal Lally, Clare Lyster and Fiona McDermott.


Donal Lally is a Dublin-based architect and researcher. His work critically explores the socio-technical imaginaries of data infrastructure, focusing on data materiality, techno-utopianism, and techno-colonialism. Donal is the director of 0°M, and the co-founder of ANNEX. He is currently a lecturer at Technological University Dublin, where he is the programme chair of the Creative Arts Masters Platform.


Fiona McDermott is a researcher at CONNECT, the Research Centre for Future Communications and Networks at Trinity College Dublin. Her research explores emerging network technologies and socio-political change, with a particular focus on autonomous systems, data infrastructures, and urban governance. Previously, she was a Fulbright visiting scholar at the School of Media Studies at the New School in New York and a researcher at the Interaction Design Centre at the University of Limerick.


Aisling Phelan is a multi-disciplinary visual artist and writer, working across 3D animation, photography, video, performance, virtual reality and live interactive technologies. She is currently in her final year of Fine Art Media at the National College of Art & Design, Dublin. Phelan’s practice is concerned with the body and the exploration of the digital self, through both data and imagery, and the potential for this to further our understanding of our physical selves.


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