Rachel O’Dwyer facilitates DATA alongside artist Benjamin Gaulon. She teaches on the MSC for Interactive Digital Media in the Computer Science Department of Trinity College Dublin and is currently undertaking a PhD in the Department of Electronic Engineering of TCD on the political economy of mobile networks, funded by the Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering and Technology (IRCSET). She is the founding Editor in Chief of Interference, an online peer reviewed journal of audio cultures. She has curated various panel discussions, workshops and exhibitions on subjects such as media art, mobile computing, spectrum policy and network cultures within Dublin and internationally. She has published essays on audio culture and more recently on various aspects of the political economy of network infrastructure.
Rachel O’Dwyer facilitates DATA alongside artist Benjamin Gaulon. She teaches on the MSC for Interactive Digital Media in the Computer Science Department of Trinity College Dublin and is currently undertaking [...]Continue reading →
Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances Amelia Andersdotter has had to cancel her appearance at OpenHere. We apologise for any inconvenience. Amelia Andersdotter is a Swedish politician and Member of the [...]Continue reading →
openhere Programme → To book your place in workshops and events please use the general booking form for the festival → The Mobile Commons Facilitators: (Rachel O’Dwyer, Seamus McGettrick, Keith [...]Continue reading →
Panel: !Exploit: A Hactivist Panel Participants: Conor McGarrigle, Julian Oliver, Danja Vasiliev, Nora O’Murchu Chair: Dmytri Kleiner Where: Studios 1 & 2 Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin When: 3pm – [...]Continue reading →
When: Saturday 30th of June Where: The bar with No Name Cost: Guest list only Data dining A curated dining affair inspired by data representations. Food and menu by L’Gueuleton [...]Continue reading →