About Me

I studied Fine Art at both a graduate and postgraduate level and much of my work, while  having taken various forms, has been dominated by the use of photographic media. I worked in theatre for one year after graduating. In 1994 I received an award from the Irish Arts Council  and in1996 was invited to participate in L’Imaginaire Irlandais Festival. I lived, worked and exhibited in Paris  and went on to show work  throughout Europe afterwards. At this time I had begun working in the emerging field of  digital multimedia and from the mid 1990s was working on commercial  and educational EU funded  interactive media projects.  These included mainly cross-platform desktop products for a variety of applications such as language learning, environmental awareness, disability awareness and various EU funded projects for outreach education.

I continued my fine art practice and displayed work in a number national and international art exhibitions.  In 2003 I completed a Masters by Research in Fine Art. In 2002 I took up a position as an Assistant Lecturer in Media Communications and am now a Senior Lecturer in Cork Institute of Technology in the south of Ireland.

My interests lie in the territory between  interaction and my earlier interest in narrative based art and this has provided the foundation for my research topic at University of Plymouth where I am currently engaged in a PhD.

Contact details:

Paul Green
Senior Lecturer
Media Communications,
CCAD CIT Bishopstown Campus

 t: +353 21 4335102
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Paul Green
Doctoral Research Student
School of Art & Media
Faculty of Art
University of Plymouth
Drake Circus, Plymouth
PL4 8AA, Devon, UK.

e: paul.green@plymouth.ac.uk