Annex has been selected to represent Ireland at the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale in 2020. The Irish pavilion, entitled Entanglement, examines Ireland’s place, both historically and currently, in the pan-national evolution of data infrastructure and its impact on architectural space and society. Annex’s exhibition will tour Ireland in 2021 following its presentation in Venice. For…Read More
08/2019 | New Sensorial Vehicles – Navigating Critical Understandings of Autonomous Futures in Architecture and Culture, 7(3).
I have a chapter in the forthcoming journal Architecture and Culture, 7(3). A pre-print version can be found here. Many thanks to the editors – De Sousa Lopes Figueiredo, S. M., Krishnamurthy, S., & Schröder, T. W. A. Image: AS in DS: An Eye on the Road, Alison Smithson, 1983.Read More
Designing for the Unknown is a lecture series sponsored by CONNECT, the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Future Networks and Communications, organised by myself and the Orthogonal Methods Group. It aims to bring critical perspectives on the political, ethical, social and environmental issues concerning the design and development of future communications and network technologies. The first lecture in…Read More
I’m excited to be speaking at the Dronesphere Colloquium at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design, the University of Toronto on 23 February 2019.Read More
New article ‘Incidental Internet Infrastructures’ published in The Site Magazine, Volume 39: Foundations & Disruptions. See the full article here.Read More
New book chapter entitled “Working in Beta: Experiments in Urban Governance and Micro Trials within Dublin City Council”, in the book The Hackable City: Digital Media & Collaborative Citymaking in the Network Society, edited by Michiel de Lange and Martijn de Waal and published by Springer. Available as Open Access. https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-981-13-2694-3.Read More