Publications etc

Tim O'Riley, '
M.C. Escher', Print Quarterly, Volume XXX1V, No. 1, March 2017.


Tim O'Riley, 'The Unassimilable Image', Flusser Studies, Issue 22, December 2016.


Tim O´Riley, 'Exactitude and Uncertainty', Impact 8 Conference, Duncan of
Jordanstone College of Art & Design, August 2013.

Maarit Mäkelä and Tim O´Riley (eds.), The Art of Research II, Process, Results
and Contribution
, Helsinki: Aalto University Press, 2012.


Tim O’Riley, 'Chance and Improbability', Flusser Studies, Issue 12, November 2011.


Tim O’Riley, 'A discrete continuity: On the relation between research and art practice',
Journal of Research Practice, 7(1), 2011.

Tim O'Riley, ‘Accidental Journey', Impact 7 Conference, Monash University,
Melbourne, Australia, September 2011. Intersections and Counterpoints
(proceedings of Impact 7 conference) Melbourne: Monash University Publishing 2012.

Stephen Bury, ‘Brocade: Artists' Books’, Art Monthly, Issue 348, July-August 2011.

printed project #13

Kevin Atherton, ‘Myles Away From Illustration: The Influence of Flann
on the Visual Arts’, 100 Myles: The International Flann O’Brien Centenary

, Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Vienna, July
2011. Also
Alley Gallery, Strabane (Spring 2012).

Tim O'Riley, '(From) A to B (and back)'
, Printed Project: Virtual Fictional
(curated/edited by Kevin Atherton), Dublin: Visual Artists Ireland, 2010, issue 13.

printed project #13

Assimina Kaniari & Marina Wallace (eds.), Acts of seeing: Artists, scientists

and the history of the visual, a volume dedicated to Martin Kemp, London:
Zidane Press, 2009.


Nithikul Nimkulrat and Tim O’Riley (eds.), Reflections and Connections, Helsinki:

University of Art and Design Helsinki, 2009 (link to pdf).


Tim O'Riley, ‘Technological Claustrophobia’, media-N, Winter 2008, v04 n02.

Tim O’Riley, ‘The other world’, EVA, British Computer Society, London, July 2008.

Tim O’Riley, ‘An Inaudible Dialogue’, Research Into Practice, University of
Hertfordshire, July 2006; published in Working Papers in Art & Design,
Volume 4, 2006.

Tim O’Riley, ‘Representing Illusions’ in Katy Macleod & Lin Holdridge (eds.),
Thinking Through Art: Reflections on art as research, London: Routledge, 2005.

Tim O’Riley, Theredoom: 112 propuestas de artistas contemporaneous,
Barcelona: Theredoom, 2005.

Ken McMullen & John Berger, Pioneers in Art and Science: Art, Poetry and Particle
Physics, London: Arts Council England, 2005.

Tim O’Riley, ‘Parallel Spaces’, Connected Space, The McDonald Institute for
Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge, May 2005.

Anna Murphy, Irish Independent, 15th August 2003.

Alison Abbott, ‘The Dance of Chance’, Nature, Volume 420, 12th December 2002.

John Russell-Taylor, The Times, 2nd January 2002.

Marina Wallace, Ken Arnold and Caterina Albano, Head On: Art with the Brain in Mind,
London: Science Museum, 2002.

Stephen Pile, ‘Can art explain science?’, The Daily Telegraph, 10th March 2001.

Angus Hyland (ed.), Pen and Mouse, London: Pentagram/Laurence King, 2001.

Tim O’Riley, Signatures of the Invisible, Geneva/London: CERN/The London
Institute, 2001.

Tim O’Riley, Interrogating the Surface, Millfield: Atkinson Gallery, 2001.

George Whale & Naren Barfield (eds.), Digital Printmaking, London: A&C Black, 2001.

Michael Sims, ‘Tim O’Riley: Infinity and Beyond’, Printmaking Today, June 2000.

Neal Brown, Independent on Sunday, 30th January 2000.

Tim O’Riley, ‘Why am I telling you this?’ Jeffery Edwards, London: Flowers East, 1999.

Stephen Bury, ‘New, Used and Improved’, Computers and Printmaking, Birmingham
City Museum and Art Gallery, 1999.

Tim O’Riley, John Moores 20th Exhibition, Liverpool: Walker Art Gallery, 1997-8.

Tim Hilton, ‘Cool for hamsters’, Independent on Sunday, 23rd November 1997.

Tim O’Riley, ‘Illusions/delusions’, Visual Proceedings: Siggraph ’96 Computer
Graphics Conference, New York: ACM/Siggraph, 1996.

Tim O’Riley, ‘Here, there, over here, over there’, Transformations: the Fine Art
Print and the Computer, London: The London Institute, 1996.

Tim O’Riley, ‘Representing Illusions’, POINT Art & Design Research Journal,
Number 2, Summer 1996.