Chaired by architect and lecturer Stephen Mulhall who, together with a panel from a variety of disciplines (listed below), will explore the role of drawing within a local authority and the connections between fine art, architecture and engineering.
Julie Merriman, Artist
Ruairí Ó Cuív, Public Art Manager, Dublin City Council
Michael Corcoran, Consultant, Engineering Department, Drainage Services, Dublin City Council
Patrick Gorman, Senior Executive Engineer, Road Design Division, Dublin City Council
Stefan Lowe, Senior Executive Architect, City Architect’s Office, Dublin City Council
Marianne O’Kane Boal, curator, and art and architecture critic, who has written extensively on these subjects over the past 18 years. She has contributed an essay, The Archaeology of Process in Julie Merriman's 'Revisions', to the publication accompanying the Revisions exhibition.
Stephen Mulhall is based in Dublin and runs nineteeneighty, a cross-disciplinary studio focused on architecture and design, film and research. His research interests include the relationship between time, art and architecture, architecture and the moving image, and spatial agency. Alongside his design work, Stephen is involved in writing and editing, teaching, exhibition-making and film-making.