Kieran Nolan is a lecturer with the Department of Creative Arts, Media and Music at Dundalk Institute of Technology’s School of Informatics and Creative Arts, and is Co Director of Dundalk IT's Creative Arts Research Centre. He also external examiner for the BA (Hons) in Creative Digital Media at Institute of Technology Blanchardstown.
Kieran is currently a PhD candidate in Digital Arts and Humanities with the GV2 group at Trinity College, Dublin. His PhD research explores the art, aesthetics, and materiality of arcade videogame machine interface design.
His research has been published through a diverse range of conferences, workshops, and exhibitions internationally, including: LA Game Space (US), Synth Eastwood (IE), International Symposium of Electronic Arts / ISEA (IE, NI), Ignite! (IE), the ECREA Digital Culture and Communication Workshop (ES), F.R.O.G. Future and Reality of Gaming (AT), Musica Nova (IE), Banter at the Make A Move Festival (IE), the European Conference on eLearning (NL), The Science Gallery (IE), ZIL Palace of Culture (RU), CultureTECH (NI), The Imaginary App (US, CA), Picteilín (IE), the Post-Digital Research Workshop (DK), Transmediale (DE), MAKE Symposium (IE), Every Day is Play (UK), the A MAZE. International Independent Video Games Festival (DE), the My Famicase Exhibition (JP), the EGX Leftfield Collection (UK), Pulse (IE), and Vector Festival (CA).
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