The Digital Journeyman
CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery
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The Digital Journeyman is a show reel of artefacts, outcomes of a practice based research project exploring how new and emergent digital processes influence how we conceive, produce and perceive a crafted ceramic object. Dissemination: Selected for exhibition in ‘Centred’, Dublin 2014, & CIT Gallery Cork 2015 shown as part of the 46th International Academy of Ceramics General Assembly. Conference paper: ‘The Digital Journeyman’ was presented at the accompanying IAC Conference 2014. Invitational book essay on ceramics and new technologies: “Meta-making and Me “ written for Ceramics Reader (in press) Eds. A. Livingstone & K. Petrie, Bloomsbury 2016. Conference paper: 50th NCECA Annual Conference, ‘Makers, Milestones, Mentors’ in Kansas City USA March 2016. ‘Ceramics and New Technologies “ Symposium, Holborne Museum in Bath Feb 2016. Artefacts illustrated and artist interview featured in “New Directions in Ceramics.” Dahn, J. Bloomsbury 2015, also ‘Ingrid Murphy: Augmented Reality and the Sensory Resonance of Ceramic Objects” Article by C .Roche ‘Ceramic Art & Perception’ Vol. 93
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CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery's 'Centred' exhibition: http://ccad-research.org/gallery/?page_id=2319
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