Paper: “Strange Mothers: Towards a Digital Aesthetics of Interruption” as part of the panel, Digital Art: New Dimensions, CAA 2019
Appointed: Lecturer Below the Bar at NUI Galway, January 2019
Lecture: “Performance Art in Northern Ireland: 1998 to 2018” Art Action: 1998 to 2018, Rencontre Internationale d’Art Performance de Quebec, Le Lieu, Quebec City, Quebec, November 2018
Publication: "Duty-Free Art: Art in the Age of Planetary Civil War, by Hito Steyerl." In Visual Resources, edited by Conor McGarrigle, vol 34(3), 2018.
Lecture: Strange Mothers: Toward a Digital Aesthetics of Interruption." Thinking Gender Justice, First Annual CGFS Conference, Centre for Gender, Feminisms & Sexualities, University College Dublin, Ireland, May 2018
Lecture: “Fluid Landscapes." Transient Topographies: Space and Interface in Digital Literature and Art, Second Galway Digital Cultures Initiative Conference. Moore Institute, National University of Ireland, Galway, April 2018
Publication: “Transient Time.” In Memorialising the Sacred, Dublin: Far Point Recordings, 2018.
Publication: “Performing Pregnant: An Aesthetic Investigation of Pregnancy.” In New Feminist Perspectives on Embodiment, edited by Clara Fischer and Luna Dolezal. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.
Publication: Paper: "Between the Troubles and Brexit: The Minor Gestures of Beyond as Aesthetic Ruptures of Public Space" at PQ Porous Boundaries Symposium, Prague, Czech Republic, October 12 - 14 2017.
Exhibition: Stakes in the Muck at the Research Pavilion at the Venice Biennale as part of DIT/Gradcam's programme "Access of Utopia," organized by Noel Fitzpatrick and Brian Fay from September 29 - October 1, 2017. The project is presented with support from Culture Ireland
Performance, “Performances of Situated Knowledge in the Aging Female Body.” In Ageing Women in Literature and Visual Culture: Reflections, Refractions, Reimaginings, edited by Margaret O’Neill, Michaela Schrage-Frueh and Cathy McGlynn. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017
Performance, “Not just ‘a Life within the Home:’ Maternal Labour, Art Work, and Performance Action in the Irish Intimate Public Sphere.” In Performance Research: On the Maternal, edited by Emily Underwood-Lee and Lena Simic, vol 22(5), 2017.
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