Dr Jye O Sullivan

BA 2014, MA 2015, PhD 2022

Assistant Lecturer in Visual Culture

Jye O’Sullivan is an art historian and researcher of visual cultures. Their research has previously focussed on the intersections between artistic practice and cybernetics, with a specific focus on the artistic uses of cybernetics within a Latin American context. Jye’s present research interests include, art and cybernetics, contemporary art from Latin America,  posthumanism, queer ecology, ecological ethics and the philosophy of technology. They completed their BA in History of Art and MA in History of Art and the Theories and Histories of Architecture the University of York (UK), before completing their PhD in History of Art at the Technological University of Dublin. 

Recently, Jye co-led a three-year Erasmus+ funded project aimed at developing ecological ethics for technological education, Ethico, in conjunction with Noel Fitzpatrick and the European Culture and Technology Laboratory (ECT Lab+). They have been the recipient of several Marie-Curie secondment grants to the Universidad de las Artes, Guayaquil and the Institut de Recherche et d'Innovation, Paris, as well as a Getty Institute travel grant to pursue research on the Centro de Arte y Comunicación. Jye has also exhibited sound installation works at the MAD Lab (Limassol) in association with the ECT Lab+ and across Dublin.