Traditional Water Travel

Earlier this year I was very lucky to work with Yorta Yorta Nation Aboriginal Corporation to develop some augmented reality for the Yakoa-Dhungala interpretive walk at Victoria Park in Echuca. Each panel has a story connected to country and features a video of an Elder talking about the topic. Scar trees, mounds and traditional water systems […]

Slides for talk titled “Finding Ghosts to Look Both Ways” at the “Where To? Steps Towards the Future of Walking Arts Symposium” Falmouth University

Aura #1 Aspinwall House, © Tracey Benson 2014

On 16 April, I will be tuning in via Skype to participate as a presenter in the Where to? Steps Towards the Future of Walking Arts Symposium hosted by Falmouth University in the UK. My talk Where to: Finding Ghosts to Look both Ways will focus on the augmented reality walking projects and recent collaborative […]

Gallery image from CCAS

At the moment there is a show about a number of my augmented reality walks titled Finding Ghosts at the Canberra Contemporary Art Space (CCAS) at Gorman house in Braddon. Here is an essay from CCAS Director David Broker: The title Finding Ghosts is not simply a cute attempt to generate a frisson around three series of regular […]

Well, we are back home now after a week of meeting with some great people, creating projects and participating in ADA Mesh Cities. Over the week I have published a number of posts about the symposium and my project Finding the Ghosts of K Road. Check out the following articles: ADA Mesh Cities Symposium: Friday […]

Interconnections between time, place and space Firstly I would like to thank Vicki and Trudy for inviting me to participate in ADA Mesh Cities. It has been a really wonderful symposium and I have loved seeing all the interesting projects over the last few days as well as meeting some fantastic people. Secondly, I would […]

Here is a run down of the first day of ADA Mesh Cities in Auckland. Opening the event, organisers Vicki Smith and Trudy Lane provided some context to the symposium. In short, this is the third Mesh Cities events with the first two being in Christchurch and Dunedin. In the introduction Vicki referred to the […]