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July 22, 2004

Aidan Dunne on Graduate Shows

IRISH TIMES -- Art critic Aidan Dunne has traveled around to most third level graduate shows. He thinks "there is a tendency to take the old manual processes for granted. This may relate to the prevalent assumption that ideas matter more than their material expression, that content outweighs form, but it is a reckless assumption."

Irish multimedia developers should reflect on this criticism.

Aidan Dunne --"Young artists who work beyond the Pale" in The Iris Times, June 25, 2004.


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