Kathryn O' Regan



The call for papers is now closed. If you wish to attend the conference please contact us. 

We encounter doubt every day. From the inane to the important, doubt infiltrates almost every thought, feeling and circumstance. Yet, what is doubt? Can doubt be defined? What does doubt involve?

Thinking about artistic production and visual representation, in what ways can doubt be a catalyst for change? How might doubt alter our perception? Is doubt problematic or productive? Is doubt historically specific or contingent?

By means of an interdisciplinary approach, this conference aims to explore the issue of doubt in modern and contemporary art and visual culture. The theme of doubt and visual representation will be analysed through a variety of  topics from multiple and dynamic perspectives, looking at doubt in painting, drawing, photography, architecture, philosophy and from practitioners’ perspectives also.

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Who are we? 

The UCC History of Art Symposium Committee 2013 consists of the postgraduate students in History of Art at University College Cork. We are currently enrolled in the MA in Modern and Contemporary, Art History, Theory and Criticism.
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Since the beginning of the year, we have been engaged in the organization of this interdisciplinary conference, investigating the theme of doubt within modern and contemporary art and visual culture.

Where are we?

English: University College Cork. This is the ...

English: University College Cork. This is the main Quad in UCC. University College Cork was originally established in 1845 as one of three Queen’s Colleges in Cork, Galway and Belfast. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

University College Cork is located in Cork city in the south of Ireland. In 2011 UCC became Ireland’s first five star university. UCC also holds the unique title of the World’s First Green Flag university for commitment to environmental friendliness.

Renowned for its famous limestone buildings on the main quadrangle, UCC is a leafy and picturesque campus located on the banks of the River Lee.

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