Institute of Art Design + Technology
Dún Laoghaire

Giovanni O Halloran 

BA [Hons] Creative Music Production

I'm a versatile sound engineer, musician, and AV specialist. With a passion for music since childhood, I honed my skills both on stage and behind the scenes. Studying Creative Music Production, I explored many avenues of music, audio and tech. With a keen ear and an eye for detail, I thrive on bringing sonic and visual visions to life, enriching audience experiences across many mediums. I also perform as a drummer and keyboardist for many bands and have played at Glastonbury, Electric Picnic, Beyond the Pale, all together now and many other highly regarded festivals and gigs.

Visual Auditory and Kinesthetic exhibition about nightclubs in Ireland.

A Visual, Auditory and Kinesthetic exhibition that exhibits information about the decline of the nightclub/music venue industry in Ireland. There was an investigation as to whether or not this was more effective in informing the user of information than what a conventional method would be.

Can Visual, Aural & Kinesthetic learning be used to enhance the understanding & engagement of the social, cultural, & economic effects of nightclubs?

This thesis investigates the impact of nightclub closures in Ireland on the social, cultural, and economic spheres. Through the utilization of Visual, Aural, and Kinesthetic learning techniques, the project aims to raise awareness and understanding of the challenges faced by the night-time economy. By incorporating statistical data into interactive installations, the project highlights the importance of preserving music venues and nightlife culture. The innovative approach taken in this project not only educates audiences but also encourages reflection on the significance of maintaining a vibrant nightlife scene. This thesis concludes that an exhibition featuring visual, aural and kinesthetic elements may be more effective in for learning.