2014 ‘Art and Archaeology: The Abhar agus Meon Exhibition Series’ in I.A. Russell & A. Cochrane (eds) Art and Archaeology: Collaborations, conversations, critcisms. Springer-Kluwer, New York.
Video presentation for the “Heritage Erasure: Vandalism and Obliteration in the Historic Environment” session of the “Peoples, places, stories 2011″ conference at Linnaeus University, Sweden. Created from the archive of Fiona Hallinan’s artist project “Roadscore | Invisible String”. Thank you to Fiona Hallinan, the Rhode Island Department of Transportation, the John Nicholas Brown Center for […]
Presented at the Body as Site and Sign Conference Cogut Center for the Humanities, Brown University – 30 April 2010
“Can you see me now?”: Archaeological sensibility breaking the “fourth wall” of the analog:digital divide
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.
‘Curating collaborative heritages: Dissonance, relational aesthetics and some lessons from inner-city Dublin’
Delivered at the 2009 Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists Heritage spaces are often assumed to be ‘from the past’ or ‘just about the past’. Heritage is assumed to be a ‘stoppage’ of time. The choice to create ‘heritage’ is, however, a contemporary decision requiring collaboration and social partnership. Through a recalibration of temporal […]
2008 in P. Cooke, A. Feldman, C. O’Donnell, T. O’Keeffe, S. Tuck, I. Russell and P. Ryan Placing Voices, Voicing Places: Archaeology in Inner-Cty Dublin: Spatialitiy, Materiality and Identity-Formation among Dublin’s Working Class and Immigrant Communities, Hertiage Council of Ireland INSTAR Report. Read it here
Placing Voices, Voicing Places: Archaeology in Inner-Cty Dublin: Spatialitiy, Materiality and Identity-Formation among Dublin’s Working Class and Immigrant Communities
2008 Hertiage Council of Ireland INSTAR Report. (With Pat Cooke, Alice Feldman, Cormac O’Donnell, Tadhg O’Keeffe, Sarah Tuck and Patrick Ryan) Read it here