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Kieran Nolan
Kieran Nolan is a lecturer in the School of Informatics and Creative Arts in Dundalk Institute of Technology in County Louth, Ireland, and is a Ph.D. researcher with the Arts Technology Research Lab at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. He spent half his childhood playing Commodore 64 games, and the other half waiting for them to load. His teaching and research views all media forms as fair game for creative use, to explore issues including interface design, digital aesthetics and videogame culture.

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