I am currently in Hobart, preparing to participate in a workshop tomorrow which is focused on household energy vulnerability. It is being run by Energy Consumers Australia… Read more “The reluctant scientist: systems thinking and power relations in social practice.”
There have been many times over the past 18 months where I have thought to myself “what the hell am I doing” or “how did I get… Read more “The reluctant scientist: learning pathways and bias”
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”
Well – after an exceedingly long journey (even by Australian standards), I made it to Neo Chorio in Cyprus for Made of Walking. And now I am… Read more “Plant(e)scape Made of Walking, Cyprus”
This week I went to the ANZSOG Behaviour change in public policy masterclass led by BehaviourWorks. The two-day workshop aimed to help participants to use tools that can increase the chances… Read more “ANZSOG BehaviourWorks Behaviour Change Masterclass”
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Some of my work from Changing Tides has made its way to Gympie Regional Gallery (GRG) and will be part of Sensory Ecology, curated by Leah Barclay.… Read more “Sensory Ecology @ Gympie Regional Gallery”
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!”
We spent a night in Dragør where I was able to see the village for real after creating a project as part of Cultura21 in 2014. Next stop the Faroes and the Clipperton Project.
Well here we are in Denmark! This trip has been a very long time in the planning and we are really excited to finally be here. After what seemed like the mother of all long hauls, we landed in Copenhagen this morning and will be staying in Dragør overnight.
Tracey was very keen to see Dragør, as she had created an Augmented Reality walk for Cultura21, the Nordic Network for Culture and Sustainability in 2014. At the time she created the work, it was never a thought that we might actually visit there one day.
Dragør is a well preserved fishing and market village, situated south east of Copenhagen. Dragør’s history goes back to about 1200, when it was the market place of huge Herring catches and much trading throughout the Middle Ages. There are some beautifully restored cottages, complete with thatched roofs and it is a real pleasure…
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I have been thinking a lot recently of the interconnections that exist in my world – across art, technology, community engagement and environmental awareness/action. These are linkages… Read more “Inspired to act – arts, activism and connecting community”