Some of my works from my exhibition at CSIRO are now on display at the Institute of Applied Ecology at the University of Canberra 🙂 Very… Read more ““Earth to Sky” on display at the Institute of Applied Ecology @IAEUC”
As most of you know, I have a background in media arts and technology, focusing for many years on emerging communications technologies such as online environments, data… Read more “The reluctant scientist”
Earlier this year I made an ambitious claim about walking for at least 30 minutes a day and recording images from my walks. The project is titled… Read more “#365walk project”
Today it was hot. REALLY HOT. Apparently at 2pm the thermometer reached 40.6 at the Epic Exhibition Centre. It was even hotter in Western Sydney so I… Read more “Ways of seeing Country: Songlines and Dombrovskis”
This post was originally posted on Geokult in 2011 – https://geokult.wordpress.com/2011/10/15/scalpland-poetic-performance-1995-1996/ Background This performance based work was initially presented as part of course work for Postgraduate Diploma… Read more “From the Archive: Scalpland (1995-1996)”
In February 2018, I will be working with Josiah Jordan and Lee Joachim to present the very first *Ignite* workshop in Shepparton at the Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative… Read more “*Ignite* Workshop: Energy-Creativity-Skills-Stories”
This morning I got up really early to catch my flight to Volda. For the next week I will be co-leading a cross media workshop for Masters… Read more “Journey to Volda – cross media in the fjords”
This month has been very busy so far with presentations, symposiums and workshops. At the beginning of the month I presented a talk about sustainability behaviour change… Read more “November 2016 – a month of gabfests!”
Latest post on Mykines #FaroeIslands #TheClippertonProject
Yesterday we caught the ferry from Sørvágur on Vágar to Mykines – the most westerly island in the Faroes.
Mykines is a beautiful place, famous for its Puffin population and beautiful cottages with grass roofs.
The other thing Mykines is well-known for is the unpredictability of its weather, which affects reliable transport to the island. The ferry only runs during the Summer months and if there are southerly or westerly winds then the ferry cannot dock. The other transport option is helicoptor, but it is also reliant on the weather.
We are all hoping for good winds tomorrow as we head back to Vágar, though if we are stranded there are plenty of potatoes to cook 🙂
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… Read more “Yakoa-Dhungala Augmented Reality Interpretive Walk @ Echuca”