The Ontology of the Artefact
Digital publication launch Wed 30th Jan
The Ontology of the Artefact is a digital publication compiled by students of NCAD's Art in the Contemporary World Masters programme, exploring the conditions of the artefact within colonial museology through to contemporary visual culture. It is a platform for discourse surrounding the artefact and its displacement, creation, destruction, and reimagining.
Please join us for the launch of The Ontology of the Artefact at Temple Bar Gallery and Studios on Wednesday 30th Jan at 7pm. Speaking at the launch will be Rachel Dwyer, lecturer of digital cultures in the School of Visual Cultures in the NCAD and Melanie Otto, lecturer of postcolonial literature in The School of English in Trinity College. Talk followed by wine reception.
Wednesday 30 January 2019
Free admission, no booking required.
Image: Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, ‘Inscriptions of an Immense Theatre’, still. Courtesy the artist and Domobaal Gallery, London.