Dr Tim Stott Lecturer in Art History and Visual Culture
Timothy Stott is a historian of contemporary art and design, with a focus on the convergence of art, design and systems science since the 1950s. He is Lecturer in Art History and Visual Culture at the Dublin School of Creative Arts, Technological University Dublin. In 2016, he was Visiting Research Fellow at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, and in 2018, Visiting Scholar in the Department of Architecture at UC Berkeley. His research has been published in such as Art History, Art Journal, Thresholds, and Journal of Design History and he is currently co-editing (with Johanna Gosse) a collection of essays on systems aesthetics, forthcoming from Duke University Press
He is a member of the Association of Art Historians, the College Arts Association, the Society for Literature, Science and the Arts, and the Irish Environmental History Network. As a critic, he has written extensively on contemporary art for journals such as Frieze, Art Review, Afterall, Circa, Variant, Enclave Review, and maKHUzine: Journal of Artistic Research.
Tim is also Coordinator of the Creative Arts Masters Platform and leads the postgraduate seminar Environmental Art and Design. Details on MA programmes at Dublin School of Creative Arts can be found here:http://www.dit.ie/creativearts/