Cyberculture Research Project

Introduction The following progress report on my research into the politics and ideologies of data visualisation, begins with a brief overview of my academic, scholarly and industry-relevant research and includes concise summaries of arguments to be shared in related DICG335 projects. I am a Bachelor of Arts undergraduate student, majoring in sociology and minoring in design.  Questions of politics and ideology, broad public … Continue reading Cyberculture Research Project


7/11 Hope Street: The Third Shift

The attached documentary titled '7/11 Hope Street: The Third Shift’ seeks to visually represent dominant themes about solo mothering in popular culture, including but not limited to: the missing parent, sole joys, sorrows and triumphs, and poverty of resources and time. 'The third shift’ is a term that has been employed by scholars to mean something … Continue reading 7/11 Hope Street: The Third Shift

Where I’m From in Sound

Project Statement This piece was inspired by Lyon's poem Where I'm From.  The process of capturing the sounds of the people, places, objects and events that speak of my origins was as follows. I conducted listening exercises and collected sound as spot recordings, ambient noises and voices from the places that speak to me of home. In developing a conceptual approach,  I envisioned a performative … Continue reading Where I’m From in Sound

Where I’m From

The attached silent video comprises a series of footage shots comprising the rules of Remoscope. It was structured to be my own version of Lyon’s popular poem, ‘Where I’m From.' Accordingly, in following Lyon's intentions and methods of construction, I was an expert of my own identity. With a focus on process rather than assignment brief, I video-circumnavigated the block of my childhood to present. The resultant linear … Continue reading Where I’m From