Author: Clyde Doyle

Epimenia seductus

Epimenia seductus is a two part installation introducing a new species and a window into a shared world. My work […]

Untitled 2015

A multitude of beings inhabiting an urban environment. An art installation presented to an audience. An new nourishment system offered to all denizens. This […]


Developed as an illustration of a ‘design and make’ process, ROBOMOLD is an opensource, wind powered rotomolding machine, designed specifically […]

Neolithic House

As an exercise in the exploration of ancient technology, materiality and environment; staff and students from the Model Making, Design and […]

Design Research

Since 2012 Clyde has worked on a number of research projects for IADT as part if Enterprise Ireland’s Innovation Voucher […]

Umwelt 1

This installation was created for the MFA end of year 1 show. A piece of forest floor was taken from […]