Conor McGarrigle
Since 2004
Works in Dublin Ireland

Conor McGarrigle is a new media artist, researcher and educator working at the intersection of digital networks and real space. His work is concerned with the integration of digital technologies into the everyday, the spatial implications of location aware mobile devices, and the social, political and cultural implications of Big Data.

His work has been exhibited widely internationally in over 70 exhibitions including the 2011 Venice Biennale, The Irish Museum of Contemporary Art, Fundació Miro in Mallorca, the St. Etienne Biennale, EVA International Ireland's Biennial, the Werkleitz Biennale, SIGGRAPH, Site Santa Fe and FILE São Paulo.

An Irish native, recently relocated to Denver, he is an Assistant Professor in the Emergent Digital Practices program at the University of Denver
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blast from the past in the Rhizome Artbase

This is a bit of a blast from the past, my first ever project
PLAY-lets ( 98/99) has been accepted into the Rhizome Artbase (it took me 3
years to get around to submitting it not for them to decide whether it was
good enough).

You can check it out at




Re: They Rule II

Well if 'The Usual Suspects' taught us anything whoever does rule is the
last person you'd suspect, someone no one takes too seriously maybe even
consider a fool. someone ubiquitous.

So in the net art scene who could that be? hmmm



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Subject: Re: RHIZOME_RAW: They Rule II

> >I saw the "they rule" a while ago and I was
> >wondering why they didn't come out with a "They Rule" : scene
> >version. Because sometimes it appears that the same "ruling" systems for
> >business are at play in the the Art world.
> >
> >
> >-muserna
> what sort of conspiracies are you imagining?
> just curious :-)
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why does John Malkovitch want to shoot Robert Fisk

So why does John Malkovitch want to shoot journalist Robert Fisk, this would
be funny if it wasn't so depressing.




Re: What Is A Terrorist?

Well there were the Dublin and Monaghan bombings in 1974 widely believed to
be the work of British military. Also technically NI is part of the United
Kingdom it's a little tricky to bomb your own territory.

>The United kingdom did not bomb Island when we were being attacked by
>terrorists for may years, killing civilians everyday.
>Spain does not bomb the basque regions...

>so how come Bush was allowed to bomb Afghanistan?

>What Is A Terrorist?

>Bush could be enlightened on this one...