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Author/Participant – WikiSprint – Mapping Festival, Geneva Switzerland
Invited scholar/author in collaborative writing project at the Mapping Festival, authoring definitive online and print materials about contemporary international motion graphics, VJing, and interactive art. Our work was published as a book available on Greyscale Press, and an audio reading is available on the Wikipedia page for VJing.
Author/Researcher/Presenter: “DJs’ Perspectives on Awareness and Interaction in Nightclubs”
Peer-reviewed paper publication in conjunction with the international ‘Designing Interactive Systems’ conference. The paper is about my research regarding interactivity and awareness between DJs and audiences in nightclub environments, tailored for the international Human-Computer Interaction design community.
Author/Presenter: “The Politics of Self-Representation in the Creation of Primary Documents in the Saskatchewan Electronic Music Scene and Beyond”
Paper publication in conjunction with the IASPM Canada National Conference about the politics and methods of recording local Saskatchewan electronic music cultural history.
Author: “Doing the Snoezelen Room on a Budget”
Feature cover article writer for the Saskatchewan Autism Treatment Services’ quarterly newsletter. The article published was about Dutch Snoezelen sensory therapy and the construction of such a space in a local group home.
These are quite old now, but I hope you find the work interesting.
- Decolonizing Identity in Cyberspace (2003)
- Cyborgian Challenges to the Humanist Subject (2004)
- Ethnographic Kitch Collections and the Traces of Imperial Culture in Personal Landscapes (2003)
- Models of Deviance: net.art vs. the Capitalist Investment (2003)
- No Body’s Images (2002)
- Performing Experimental Sound: Reckoning with Sites of Synaesthesia (2003)