iRes is a dynamic research environment focusing on the ethical production and dissemination of cultural forms within network societies. Bringing together practitioners, theorists and communities of interest working across a broad spectrum of art, performance, design and media, iRes encourages the pollination of experimental ideas across disciplines. Research is practice-led and is underpinned by discourses around networks, technologies, art and trans-subjectivity. It is disseminated online and offline as network art and performance through exhibitions, publications and conferences.
The lively culture at iRes is supported by regular Open Research Meetings, Research Salons, Artists' Talks, Symposia and International Visiting Speakers.
For more information about research areas and research projects visit our Research page
If you have a special area of interest in network art or media arts that you would like to develop towards MPhil/PhD, we are keen to hear from you. It is not necessary to have a fully-formed proposal in mind before you contact us: we warmly welcome enquiries at any stage of the application process.
For specific information about course options and/or an informal chat, please contact Kate Southworth at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her on +44 (0)1326 370733.
For further information about Research MPhil/PhD at University College Falmouth, please email email@example.com or telephone Admissions on 0044-(0)1326 213851.
You can also visit research pages on www.falmouth.ac.uk
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