Category Archives: Writing Session

Tuesday 28th May – Misunderstanding – 5-6.30pm @ CTVR

The next Engineering Fictions session will take place tomorrow evening at the earlier time of 5pm (it seems to suit people better than 6pm) in the CTVR seminar room at Dunlop Oriel House, and will be catalyzed by Carlo Galiotto.

Tuesday 28th May – Misunderstanding – 5-6.30pm @ CTVR

The next Engineering Fictions session will take place tomorrow evening at the earlier time of 5pm (it seems to suit people better than 6pm) in the CTVR seminar room at Dunlop Oriel House, and will be catalyzed by Carlo Galiotto.

Tuesday 14th May – CAGE with Louise Ward – 5-6.30pm @ CTVR

I’m delighted to welcome artist Louise Ward to CTVR for this weeks Engineering Fictions, to catalyze discussion and writing around the idea: CAGE. The idea for this Engineering Fictions session arose through a recent discussion of ‘cognitive radio’ between myself,

Tuesday 14th May – CAGE with Louise Ward – 5-6.30pm @ CTVR

I’m delighted to welcome artist Louise Ward to CTVR for this weeks Engineering Fictions, to catalyze discussion and writing around the idea: CAGE. The idea for this Engineering Fictions session arose through a recent discussion of ‘cognitive radio’ between myself,

Tuesday 23rd April 6-7.30pm @ CTVR

Thresholds The place or point of beginning, the outset.  This week’s Engineering Fictions will be seeded by artist Aoife Desmond. Taking the word ‘Thresholds’ as a starting point, as usual, there will be a discussion raised through Aoife’s work which

Tuesday 23rd April 6-7.30pm @ CTVR

Thresholds The place or point of beginning, the outset.  This week’s Engineering Fictions will be seeded by artist Aoife Desmond. Taking the word ‘Thresholds’ as a starting point, as usual, there will be a discussion raised through Aoife’s work which

Tuesday 9th April – 6-7.30pm

(Rescheduled from April 2nd) Medieval Hypertext catalyzed by Michael Staunton.      You could say that the medieval illuminated manuscripts from back-in-the-day were as saturated with ‘distractions’ as the web pages of today: “The medieval books we admire so much today

Tuesday 9th April – 6-7.30pm

(Rescheduled from April 2nd) Medieval Hypertext catalyzed by Michael Staunton.      You could say that the medieval illuminated manuscripts from back-in-the-day were as saturated with ‘distractions’ as the web pages of today: “The medieval books we admire so much today

Tuesday 19th March – 6-7.30pm

Neil O’Dwyer will seed this weeks writing session at CTVR HQ with the topic of Chance: “A cast of the dice will never abolish chance” (Mallarmé, 1897) What does the introduction of chance operations have to offer writing, research and

Tuesday 19th March – 6-7.30pm

Neil O’Dwyer will seed this weeks writing session at CTVR HQ with the topic of Chance: “A cast of the dice will never abolish chance” (Mallarmé, 1897) What does the introduction of chance operations have to offer writing, research and

Tuesday 29th January 6-7.30pm

The first Engineering Fictions session will take place this coming tuesday, in the Seminar Room at CTVR, Dunlop Oriel House, Westland Row. Jessica Foley will act as the ‘catalyst’ for the evening, and the point of departure will be the

Tuesday 29th January 6-7.30pm

The first Engineering Fictions session will take place this coming tuesday, in the Seminar Room at CTVR, Dunlop Oriel House, Westland Row. Jessica Foley will act as the ‘catalyst’ for the evening, and the point of departure will be the