Lecturer in Art
My research is concerned with the relationship between aesthetic practices and philosophy.
|‘Echoes, Before the Other’ in Heidegger, Levinas, Derrida: The Question of Difference, (eds, Lisa Foran and Rozemund Uljée), Springer||2016|
|‘What is Sculpture?’, Dublin: Irish Museum of Modern Art||2015|
|‘Hearing Heidegger…Proximities, Readings and the “Ends of Man”…’ in Heidegger in the Twenty-First Century, (eds Tziovanis Georgakis and Paul Ennis), Springer||2014|
|‘Why do we presume art education is for the production of artists?’, Paper Visual Art Journal, Dublin Edition||2013|
|‘The Relationship between Art + Philosophy’, Visual Artists Ireland Newsletter, February + April issues||2013|
I am researching on, and through, the practices of phenomenology and art, in particular the phenomenology of nihilism, of colour, of the image and the histories of iconography and iconoclasm. I am interested in working with researchers in these areas and in particular with those engaging with aesthetics within an ‘other-than-Art’ context. I am currently completing a book project titled ‘aesthetics (:) of thinking’.