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  • Beckett in VR: Exploring Narrative Using Free-Viewpoint Video 

    Johnson, Nicholas; O'Dwyer, Neill; Smolic, Aljosa; Pagés, Rafael; Ondrej, Jan; Monaghan, David; Bates, Enda; Amplianitis, Konstantinos (2018)
    This poster describes a reinterpretation of Samuel Beckett’s theatrical text Playfor virtual reality (VR). It is an aesthetic reflection on practice that follows up an a technical project description submittedto ISMAR 2017 ...
  • Closed Spaces: Beckett and Confinement 

    LITTLE, JAMES (Trinity College Dublin. School of English. Discipline of English, 2017)
    This thesis is the first sustained study of Samuel Beckett?s career-long engagement with confinement, examining both his use of institutions of coercive confinement as well as the function of the closed spaces of his later ...
  • Envoy: A Review of Literature and Art and Post-War Irish Culture 

    LINNIE, CONOR (Trinity College Dublin. School of English. Discipline of English, 2018)
    This thesis examines the Irish literary and visual art magazine Envoy: A Review of Literature and Art (1949-1951). It establishes the magazine as a key post-war site of transnational aspiration and activity at the beginning ...
  • Lessness:Randomness, Consciousness and Meaning 

    HAAHR, MADS (Curtin University of Technology, 2002)
    Lessness is a prose piece by Samuel Beckett in which he used random permutation to order sentences. Like interactive artworks, the piece is experienced as a process that depends upon the participant?s attempts to ...
  • Leur vie d homme presque, d homme tout juste, d homme assez Une étude de l hybridation des créatures beckettiennes dans le contexte de l Anthropocène 

    Thobois, Céline (2020)
    This article offers a re-contextualisation of Beckett’s creatures in the Anthropocene and the Great Acceleration which leads to the introduction of a new vocabulary in order to conceptualise his hybrid creatures. After the ...
  • Namelessness from Artaud to Beckett 

    Slote, Samuel (Brill, 2019)
    Abstract After a period of electroshock therapy, Antonin Artaud claimed to have been able to regain his name and sense of self. The dehiscence of name and identification is reprised in Artaud’s final work, the radio ...
  • Performative Criticism: Samuel Beckett and Georges Duthuit 

    JOHNSON, NICHOLAS (2013)
    Art criticism is most often expressed as monologue rather than as dialogue, and is generally disseminated in printed text rather than in embodied performance. The Three Dialogues between Samuel Beckett and Georges Duthuit, ...
  • Virtual Play: Beckettian Experiments in Virtual Reality 

    JOHNSON, NICHOLAS; O'DWYER, NÉILL (2018)
    The past ten years have seen extensive experimentation with Beckett and new technological media at Trinity College Dublin. Research projects have included the stage adaptation and installation of a teleplay (Ghost Trio, ...