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Ryan Kennihan

in Dublin

The Music Drive

PRESENTED ON DEC 02, 2015
IN DUBLIN @ VOL 10

What is home? A comparison of music from two particular erras demonstrates a change in usage and meaning of that monoslyabic word. 

Ryan Kennihan is an architect and lecturer. Originally from Chicago, he studied architecture at Cornell University and has been based in Dublin, Ireland since 2002, establishing his practice in 2007. He has taught and lectured widely and is currently a lecturer in the Thesis year at the Dublin School of Architecture at DIT.

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BY GREGORY DUNN
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Equal Parts Love and Mystery

BY AIDEN GRENNELLE
@ VOL 10 ON DEC 02, 2015

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Home to Me

BY LORCAN SIRR
@ VOL 10 ON DEC 02, 2015

Born on the wrong side of a DART station, Lorcan Sirr took a while to find his way into the city, but when he did he made straight for the port and a ferry to England. He spent a period of time a Europe's most highly qualified truck driver, until a Finn called Teemu also got his PhD and a new Scania. He likes giving controversial talks, but has sometimes noted a bright red dot following him about on his forehead and wonders what that is.

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