Dr. Tim Stott
Lecturer at the Dublin School of Creative Arts

Dr Tim Stott is an art historian and critic of contemporary art, Lecturer in Art History and Theory at Trinity College Dublin. Dr. Tim Stott completed his PhD with GradCAM in 2013. 

His research interests concern the history and criticism of contemporary art, in particular the organisational turn, systems aesthetics, artistic uses of play and games, and convergences of art and design through ornamentation and information design.

His monograph Play and Participation in Contemporary Arts Practice was published by Routledge in 2015. He will be Visiting Research Fellow at Henry Moore Institute in 2016 where he will work on a second book project that investigates ludic modes of artistic production and organisation in the post-war period. With Francis Halsall, he is also co-writing the book Systems of Modernism, which analyses uses of complex systems across artistic modernisms, for the Meaning Systems series at Fordham University Press.

He is a member of the Association of Art Historians, the College Arts Association, and the Society for Literature, Science and the Arts. 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.

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Dublin Institute of Technology
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