Alumni Achievements

Dr. Emily Lauren Putnam

  • Published “Performing Pregnant: An Aesthetic Investigation of Pregnancy.” In New Feminist Perspectives on Embodiment, edited by Clara Fischer and Luna Dolezal. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016
  • Published “Blackened Tongues and Spitting Mothers: The Carnivalesque Humour of Amanda Coogan,” Amanda Coogan: I’ll sing you a song from around the town, Dublin: Royal Hibernian Academy, 2016.
  • Participated in “Silenced Echoes: Multisensory Tracings of Grangegorman’s Institutional Spectres” Conference of Irish Geographers, Dublin City University, Ireland, May 2016
  • Performance, No Light Without Shadow / No Sound Without Silence, The Guesthouse, Cork, March 2016
  • Participated in “Flesh From the Bone” Bodies Politic Symposium, Maynooth University, Ireland,  February 2016
  • Published"Dynamic Instability: An Interview with Amanda Coogan." ARTPULSE, no. 26, 2016.
  • Published  “Bring a Camera with You:’ The Posthumous Collaboration of Ahmed Basiony and Shady El Noshokaty,” Proceedings of the European Society for Aesthetics, vol. 7, 2015.
  • Published  “Exhibition Review - Amanda Coogan: I’ll Sing You a Song from Around the Town.” ARTPULSE, vol. 6(25), 2015
  • Published "Performing Motherhood: An Interview with Marni Kotak." ARTPULSE, no. 22, 2015
  • Published “Transplanted Nostalgia” A Soundmap of Dún Laogharie," developed by Anthony Kelly and David Stalling, 2015
  • Participated in “Vertical Rolls: Performing a Gendered Reading of Bernard Stiegler” Society for Women in Philosophy Ireland Annual Conference, University College Dublin, Ireland, 2015
  • Contributed chapter on "Polyphonic Resonance: Sound Art in Ireland" in the book Performance Art in Ireland: A History, edited by edited by Dr Áine Phillips. London: Live Art Development Agency and Intellect Books, 2015
  • Performance, Studies in Stillness, Dublin Live Art Festival, DIT, Grangegorman, November 2015
  • Performance, Red Waltz, Sirius Arts Centre, Cobh, Ireland, September 2015
  • Performance, Landscape, Dublin Live Art Festival, The Casino at Marino, Ireland, July 2015
  • Keynote Speaker, “Art at the Threshold of Life and Theory” Society for Women in Philosophy Ireland, Aesthetics and the Feminine Conference, University College Cork, Ireland, July 2015
  • Participated in “Bring a Camera with You: The Posthumous Collaboration of Ahmed Basiony and Shady El Noshokaty” European Society for Aesthetics Annual Conference, Dublin Institute of Technology, Grangegorman, Ireland, June 2015
  • Exhibition, Sound, Exchange: Your Art, Your Space, Visual Centre for Contemporary Art, Carlow, Ireland, June 2015
  • Performance, Feminism and the Body in Performance, The Mart Gallery, Rathmines, Ireland, June 2015
  • Performance, Mamädchen, Livestock: Influence, 12 Henrietta Street, Dublin, Ireland, May 2015
  • Video, Kitty Kitty, Fool Me Twice, The Mart Gallery, Rathmines, Ireland, April 2015
  • Performance, Chronometer, Livestock: Bundles of Mysteries, The Mart Gallery, Rathmines, Ireland, February 2015
  • Published “... the transformative ability of Strange Attractor.” In Strange Attractor: Catalogue for Boston Exhibition, edited by Anthony Kelly and EL Putnam. Dublin: Farpoint Recordings, 2014
  • Participated in “Reflective Trans-subjectivity: An Aesthetic Investigation of Pregnancy” Society for Women in Philosophy Ireland Annual Conference, University College Dublin, Ireland, November 2014
  • Performance, Mine Body, Dublin Live Art Festival, The Mart Gallery, Rathmines, Ireland, September 2014
  • Participated in “Dismantling No Place: the Neoliberal Performative in Tomás Saraceno’s Utopian Impulse” Performing Identities: Embodying Knowledge Conference, Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, Ireland, June 2014
  • Video, Play, Mobius Video Works, Mobius Alternative Arts Space, Cambridge, MA, May 2014
  • Puppet Theater Performance, Kassandra, with David Stalling, Anthony Kelly, Paddy Sammon, Doreen Kennedy, Seán McCrum, and John McCormick, Classics Museum, University College Dublin, Ireland, March 2014
  • Curated exhibition, Blue Monday, at The MART, Dublin, Ireland, January 2014
  • Published “Suspended Animation: The Spectator as Performer in Tomas Saraceno’s in orbit” in Big Red & Shiny, Volume 2 Issue 17, February 2014
  • Published “Augmented Biennale: The Impact of Digital Techonology on the Art and Politics of the Venice Biennale,” Seismopolite: Journal of Art and Politics, Issue 6, 2014 
  • Published “Sustaining the Ephemeral,” Visual Artists News Sheet, Issue 7, January – February 2014