A collection of my talks and presentations to various audiences. See a full list here.
This opening keynote at the Museums & Galleries of Australia Conference explored how museum experiences that blend technology, architecture, and participation can be designed to foster meaningful human connections and interactions.
How can ‘real’ space pull its interactive weight in the era of ubiquitous mobile computing? Eric and I unpack our work at Local Projects that has been bleeding off screens (and between disciplines) into objects and architecture during the past few years.
As designers, we find ourselves working with increasingly new technologies and data sources — Virtual Reality, quantified-self, RFID, internet of things, interactive architecture, and more. Technological trends change so rapidly: how can we use them in meaningful ways, in enduring ways?
The 20-minute long presentation covered the research and making that made up my MFA thesis project Declarations of Interdependence. I was contributing to a panel entitled “Communication/Isolation/Retaliation: Our Responses to the Age of Information” (Video excerpts here)