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A Data sonification, using Twotone. Dublin Cycle counter data patterns for the year 2019 represented by bike bells, double bass, marimba and trumpet, with 12 months plotted across 6 minutes and 40 seconds.
Discussions from Digital Humanities Digital works at Carlow Arts Festival In 2020 and 2021, Carlow Arts Festival, faced with the lemons provided by COVID-19, produced a lot of lemonade. With the restrictions on in-person and indoor events, they focused on providing a diverse programme with hybrid, in-person, outdoor, digital and remote experiences. We are stretching… Continue reading Digital Creativity
Discussions from Digital Humanities The Digital Transformation in the GLAM sector I have worked in the conservation sector in galleries, libraries and museums for 15 years and have been involved in plenty of projects that have some digital aspect embedded in them. There are some incredible digital projects out there in the Irish GLAM world… Continue reading GLAM
Digital Views of Dublin
A Digital Artefact using open data images from the National Gallery of Ireland. In 2021 the National Gallery of Ireland launched an online Creative Commons module, licensing the images of 1000 of the collection artworks for open download, sharing and use without the need to seek explicit approval from the gallery. This digital artefact contains… Continue reading Digital Views of Dublin
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A portfolio of personal reflections, assignments and projects in Digital Arts and Humanities, with a cultural heritage conservation slant.