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PUBLICATION |I spy … scenes from micro-suburbia

December 18, 2013


Together with John Armstrong, I have produced a pamphlet, I spy … scenes from micro-suburbia, as part of the Enabling Suburbs project. The pamphlet captures scenes from our sububan locality and endeavours to show some of the nuances and subtleties of suburban environments and life. While there has been a blossoming of engagement with DIY […]

CHANGESCAPING | TALK | Placeblogging

December 21, 2011


At the Right to the City Symposium held in April 2011, Jesse Adams Stein, blogger of Penultimo, convened a panel to discuss placeblogging. In framing the event, Jesse blogged “place blogs enact a very specific act of watching, witnessing, monitoring, recording, sometimes celebrating, sometimes protesting – on a very local level.” The panel was comprised […]

PANEL | Place Blogging: Brisbane 1988

April 3, 2011


In Jesse Adams Stein’s introductory scoping for the upcoming Place Blogging panel at The Right to the City Symposium, she traces the hyperlocal nature of place blogging. Her questions warrant preliminary attention prior to the event to begin reflecting on my own practice/s of blogging. In riding the warp and weft of place writing and […]

CONFERENCE | Material Inventions; Lucas Ihlein

December 5, 2009


ONE Earlier this week, I attended a two day conference at Deakin University themed Material Inventions: Applying Creative Research. Creative arts scholars are experimenting with the possibilities of creative research – embedding research programs into creative projects and exploring the collaborative potential of creative research, in both university-based and extra-university projects. The conference addressed three […]