Primate Vision – Tuesday 16th Feb – 6pm

Catalyst: Dennis McNulty Seed: Primate Vision Interruptor: Jessica Foley Location: Dunlop Oriel House, The Seminar Room on the 1st floor. Time: 6-8pm The third season of Engineering Fictions begins on Tuesday 16th February, at 6pm. It will be catalysed by CONNECT’s artist-in-residence

Primate Vision – Tuesday 16th Feb – 6pm

Catalyst: Dennis McNulty Seed: Primate Vision Interruptor: Jessica Foley Location: Dunlop Oriel House, The Seminar Room on the 1st floor. Time: 6-8pm The third season of Engineering Fictions begins on Tuesday 16th February, at 6pm. It will be catalysed by CONNECT’s artist-in-residence

Animal Territories- 16th May 2015 – CCA Derry/Londonderry

CATALYST: Sarah Browne SEED: Naming  This workshop was carried out during a day-long visit to Lurgybrack Open Farm, Co. Donegal. The exercises require that you work at a location where you can develop close observations of animals. Wherever this may be,

Animal Territories- 16th May 2015 – CCA Derry/Londonderry

CATALYST: Sarah Browne SEED: Naming  This workshop was carried out during a day-long visit to Lurgybrack Open Farm, Co. Donegal. The exercises require that you work at a location where you can develop close observations of animals. Wherever this may be,

Lost in Complexity – Tuesday 27th May – 5-7pm @ CTVR HQ

“Unthinkable complexity. Lines of light ranged in the nonspace of the mind, clusters and constellations of data. Like city lights, receding…” William Gibson, Neuromancer CATALYST: Jacek Kibilda SEED: Lost in Complexity

Lost in Complexity – Tuesday 27th May – 5-7pm @ CTVR HQ

“Unthinkable complexity. Lines of light ranged in the nonspace of the mind, clusters and constellations of data. Like city lights, receding…” William Gibson, Neuromancer CATALYST: Jacek Kibilda SEED: Lost in Complexity

The Archivist’s Memory – Tuesday 22nd April – 5-7pm @ CTVR

CATALYST: Dennis McNulty SEED: The Archivist’s Memory The next Engineering Fictions session will be catalyzed by Dennis McNulty, an engineer by training and an artist by practice. Dennis is developing new work at the moment; a script for a short

The Archivist’s Memory – Tuesday 22nd April – 5-7pm @ CTVR

CATALYST: Dennis McNulty SEED: The Archivist’s Memory The next Engineering Fictions session will be catalyzed by Dennis McNulty, an engineer by training and an artist by practice. Dennis is developing new work at the moment; a script for a short

Extra-Ordinary (out-of-the-blue) E.F. – Friday 14th – 2.30 to 4.00pm @ CTVR

CATALYST: John Thackara SEED: (unknown) To do things differently, we need to see things differently.  This Friday an ‘extra-ordinary’ and/or ‘out-of-the-blue’ session of Engineering Fictions will take place in CTVR, catalysed by John Thackara. John writes for the Design Observer

Extra-Ordinary (out-of-the-blue) E.F. – Friday 14th – 2.30 to 4.00pm @ CTVR

CATALYST: John Thackara SEED: (unknown) To do things differently, we need to see things differently.  This Friday an ‘extra-ordinary’ and/or ‘out-of-the-blue’ session of Engineering Fictions will take place in CTVR, catalysed by John Thackara. John writes for the Design Observer

Metaphors We Live By – Tuesday 18th March – 5-7pm

CATALYST: Dr. Eve Patten, School of English, TCD. SEED: Metaphors We Live By ‘Now over these small hills, they have built the concrete That trails black wire Pylons, those pillars Bare like nude giant girls that have no secret.’ From

Metaphors We Live By – Tuesday 18th March – 5-7pm

CATALYST: Dr. Eve Patten, School of English, TCD. SEED: Metaphors We Live By ‘Now over these small hills, they have built the concrete That trails black wire Pylons, those pillars Bare like nude giant girls that have no secret.’ From

Invisible Wireless – Tuesday 25th Feb – 5-7pm @ CTVR

This one is very independent. It lives in its own world getting on with its work. We don’t really need to know what it does as long as it does it well. It could, for instance, be running the computers

Invisible Wireless – Tuesday 25th Feb – 5-7pm @ CTVR

This one is very independent. It lives in its own world getting on with its work. We don’t really need to know what it does as long as it does it well. It could, for instance, be running the computers

Tuesday 28th January – BALLOONS – 5-7pm @ CTVR

“I asked the Engineers to see to it.” Donald Barthelme   The first session of Engineering Fictions 2014 will be kicked off by Jessica Foley (CTVR).  The ‘seed’ for this session has been sown through a collaboration with curator Jessamyn Fiore (Brooklyn, NYC) based upon

Tuesday 28th January – BALLOONS – 5-7pm @ CTVR

“I asked the Engineers to see to it.” Donald Barthelme   The first session of Engineering Fictions 2014 will be kicked off by Jessica Foley (CTVR).  The ‘seed’ for this session has been sown through a collaboration with curator Jessamyn Fiore (Brooklyn, NYC) based upon