Lecturer Sinéad Hogan’s essay, What is Sculpture? provides an overview of sculpture, identifing some of the challenges in attempting to define this broad and evolving subject.
Fiona Loughnane, lecturer in modern and contemporary art in the Department of Visual Culture, NCAD, provides an essay What is Surrealism? Fiona’s essay includes examples of artists and artworks, some of whic...
IMMA invited Fiona Loughnane, art historian and lecturer, to write an essay on photography titled Image of Reality / Image not Reality: What is Photography?
IMMA invited Amanda Coogan, artist and researcher, to write an essay on Performance Art entitled What is Performance Art?, which makes reference to artists and artworks in IMMA’s Collection as a means of des...
IMMA invited curator and writer Cliodhna Shaffrey to write an essay titled What is Public Art? This essay provides an overview of Public Art highlighting some of the critical issues which inform this complex...
IMMA invited Niamh Ann Kelly, lecturer in Critical Theory, Department of Art, Design and Printing, in the Dublin Institute of Technology, to write an essay titled Here and Now: Art, Trickery, Installation.
IMMA invited Brian Hand, artist, writer and lecturer, to respond to his essay: A struggle at the roots of the mind: service and solidarity in dialogical, relational and collaborative perspectives in art.
IMMA invited Maeve Connolly to write an essay on New Media Art, entitled Art and (New) Media, Through the Lens of the IMMA Collection, which focuses on artists and artworks in IMMA’s Collection.
IMMA invited Mick Wilson, Dean of the Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media (GradCAM) to contribute an essay entitled What is Conceptual Art?
IMMA invited Francis Halsall and Declan Long, coordinators of the MA ‘Art in the Contemporary World’ to write an essay How soon was now?
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