Towards an ethics of oblivion and forgetting: The parallax view

Posted by Ian Alden Russell on Nov 4, 2012 in academic, articles, publications

2012 ‘Towards an ethics of oblivion and forgetting: The parallax view’ in Heritage & Society, Vol. 5, Iss. 2, pp. 249-272. Read it here.

EU Transformations Curatorial Report: Ireland Project Scenario

Posted by Ian Alden Russell on Apr 13, 2011 in academic, articles, arts, essays, news, publications

2011 Curatorial Report for Transformations, an European Union funded land-art initiative. Read the article here.

Images of the Past

Posted by Ian Alden Russell on Mar 20, 2011 in academic, articles, arts, essays, publications

2012 Entry for ‘Cultural Heritage Management’ section in Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, Springer, New York.  

Unfinished Homes

2010 in Home, This Is It Gallery, Dublin. On the occasion of the exhibition “Home”. Read it here.  

The limits of Europe

2010 in A. Kakulya & Y. Mingard East of a New Eden, Lars Muller Publishers, Baden. Read it here.  

Heritage, identity and roots: A critique of arborescent models of heritage and identity

Posted by Ian Alden Russell on Mar 20, 2011 in academic, articles, publications

2009 in G. Smith, P. Messenger & H. Soderland (eds.) Heritage Values, Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek. Read it here.  

“Can you see me now?”: Archaeological sensibility breaking the “fourth wall” of the analog:digital divide

Posted by Ian Alden Russell on Mar 20, 2011 in academic, articles, arts, publications

2009 in V. O. Jorge & J. Thomas (eds.) Archaeology and the politics of vision in a post-modern context. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 118-46. Read it here. Read the intervention debrief here.  

Arteology

2009 Interview in Graphic Archaeology, Summer 2009, pp. 12-15. Read it here.  

Iman: Finding faith in Ireland

2009 in Iman: Photographs by Noel Bowler, Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Arts Office and Zero-G. Read it here. View the catalogue here.  

The camera obscura as processual space

2009 in Camera Obscura, National College of Art and Design Interim Exhibition Catalogue. Read it here.