GradCAM - the Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media - Dublin
Conor McGarrigle is a Dublin based artist and researcher and lecturer working at the intersection of digital networks and real space. His research is concerned with the integration of digital technologies into the everyday and the spatial implications of location-aware mobile devices.
Projects have involved web based tools which remap routes from Ulysses to any city in the world (Joycewalks), hacking 100 surveillance cameras to show 24 hours in the life of a city (Dublin24), walking-art apps for the iPhone (WalkSpace), using augmented reality to reveal patterns of property ownership (NAMAland 2010) and mapping the probability of seeing Bono on the streets of Dublin (GoogleBono 2006)
He is currently finished his PhD at GradCAM Dublin.