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Kieran Nolan
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Lecturer at Department of Creative Arts, Media and Music, Dundalk IT. PhD candidate with the GV2 Research Group, Trinity College, Dublin.
Lecturer at Department of Creative Arts, Media and Music, Dundalk IT. PhD candidate with the GV2 Research Group, Trinity College, Dublin.

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CONTROL makes its way back to South Korea for the second time this year, this time as part of the official selection for the Out Of Index experimental games showcase that happens on July 25th at Google Campus, Seoul. You can read more about the event and the games featured here: http://www.outofindex.org

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My experimental artgame CONTROL is part of the the exhibition Materiality, opening at University Gallery, NUI Galway on Wednesday 20th of May, 2015 at 6:30pm, and running until the 10th of June.

Materiality is curated by Tom O'Dea and also features works from Nora Duggan, Trine Riel, Levi Hanes, Radek Przedpelski, Sara Wentworth, Stephanie Dossou, and Moran Been-Noon.

Full press release below:

Materiality/

20.05.15-10.06.15/

University Gallery, Quadrangle, NUIG

Nora Duggan | Trine Riel | Levi Hanes | Radek Przedpelski | Sara Wentworth | Kieran Nolan | Stephanie Dossou | Moran Been-Noon 

Curated by Tom O’Dea.

Materiality is an exhibition that explores the impact of digital technology on the construction of political, social and economic life. Featuring the work of eight Irish and International artists and researchers, Materiality examines the structures that digital technology places between individuals and information, and examines how the requirements of digital binaries tend towards the reorganisation of everything they touch. The exhibition is a critical examination of how the digital underpinnings of the global communications network act as a substrate to condition our interaction at a social, political and economic level, having a transformative effect on our relationship to knowledge and meaning.

Materiality showcases the work of researchers from the Digital Arts and Humanities programme of National University of Ireland Galway, University College Cork and Trinity College Dublin alongside the work of artists whose work engages with the materiality of the digital in contemporary society. 

The exhibition will open on Wednesday 20th of May, 2015 at 6:30pm at the University Gallery, Quadrangle, NUIG.

The exhibition is kindly supported by the Royal Irish Academy, National University of Ireland Galway, University College Cork and Trinity College Dublin.
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My CONTROL artgame is over in Seoul, South Korea this week for Art.CHI 2015, part of the ACM SIGCHI 2015 conference. You can reading more about Art.CHI and the artworks featured at http://art-chi.org, and download the exhibition catalog at http://art-chi.org/downloads

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While I was over in Toronto last month for the Vector Game Art and New Media Festival I was interview by Built to Play for their radio show. The episode is called 'Interface The Machine' and you can listen to it here: 

http://builttoplay.ca/podcast/2015/3/3/built-to-play-55-interface-the-machine

Also check out the Vector 2015 site for full details of the festival, including the exhibition 'To Utility and Beyond: Experiments in New Media and Game Art':

http://www.vectorfestival.org/exhibition-to-utility-and-beyond-interface-experiments-in-new-media-and-game-art/

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Recieved my copy of Every Day is Play by Game Paused, a beautifully designed video game art book, my game CONTROL makes an appearance in there also :)
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My experimental indie-game CONTROL is on exhibition as part of the Leftfield Collection at EGX London from September 25th to 28th. More info here http://www.egxlondon.net/whats-on/show-floor and here http://kierannolan.com/control
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