Recent Submissions

  • Metadata: how we relate to images 

    Mc Sweeney, Anna (Lethaby Gallery, London, 2018)
    One might justly claim that metadata is ubiquitous, structuring our interactions with the world in manifold ways. As data about other data, metadata describes and classifies information; among its best-known applications ...
  • Studies in eighteenth-century building history 

    Gibney, Arthur. (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History of Art and Architecture, 1998)
    This study examines the constructional patterns of early Irish classical buildings from the end of the seventeenth century until the beginning of the nineteenth century. It also defines the operational patterns of artisans ...
  • Ornament and craftsmanship in the architecture of James Gibbs 

    Casey, Christine (The Georgian Group, 2019)
  • Art and the Irish Free State - visualizing nationhood (1922 - 1934) 

    SHORTALL, WILLIAM MARY (Trinity College Dublin. School of Histories & Humanities. Discipline of History Of Art, 2020)
    This thesis examines how the Irish Free State harnessed visual art for its political purposes in the 1922-34 period. The time frame chosen for this study is purposeful. It spans two different Post-Treaty government ...
  • The power of display: exhibition cultures and exhibited cultures in Ireland 1973-1991 

    SANCHEZ-MIGALLON CANO, FERNANDO (Trinity College Dublin. School of Histories & Humanities. Discipline of History Of Art, 2020)
    This research project presents a methodological and theoretical framework for conducting research on the knowledge-making capacity of museum displays in Ireland. As active agents in the production of knowledge, museum ...

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