The Research Partners

The project is based on collaborations between artists and academics. The distinction is not always clear, for many of the artists have academic interests and qualifications. Nevertheless for the purpose of the current project, the research partners elected to work either from their academic study or from their artistic practice. This set of relations between artists and academics owes much to the earlier work of the Space and Place Research Collaborative (Dr Karen Till, Maynooth University), of the Mapping Spectral Traces network, and of Ómós Áite, of the National University of Ireland Galway.

The members of the project include:

Ambra Bergamasco, Dance Performance Artist, Graduate Student, Geography/NIRSA, Maynooth University

Michelle Browne, is a Performance Artist and Curator based in Dublin

Anthony Haughey, Visual Artist, Lecturer at Dublin Institute of Technology

Gerry Kearns, Professor of Human Geography, Maynooth University

Larry Kirwan, Lead Singer Black 47, Radio DJ SiriusXM, Playwright, Novelist, based in New York

Silvia Loeffler, Visual Artist, Postdoctoral Fellow (IRC), Geography, Maynooth University

Louise Lowe, Theatre Artist, Director, ANU Productions, Dublin

Ríonach Ní Néill, Dance Performance Artist, Choreographer, PhD Geography, UCD, Galway Dancer in Residence

Cian O’Callaghan, Lecturer, Geography, Maynooth University

Cormac O’Brien, Lecturer, English, University College Dublin

Fearghus Ó Conchúir, Dance Performance Artist, Choreographer, Graduate Student (IRC/Project Arts), Geography, Maynooth University

Zoë O’Reilly, Visual Artist and Curator, Asylum Activist, PhD in Geography, Maynooth University

Karen Till, Senior Lecturer, Geography, Maynooth University, Director Space and Place Research Collaborative

Neil Watkins, actor, playwright, singer

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