Accepted to CHI2021: Course 1044 - Designing for Sensory Appreciation: Cultivating Somatic Approaches to Experience Design
Excited to be delivering a course with two of the pioneering HCI researchers in somaesthetics, Thecla Schiphorst and Kia Hook.
CHI2021 Course 1044 - Designing for Sensory Appreciation: Cultivating Somatic Approaches to Experience Design
May 8-13, 2021
Online Virtual Conference (originally Yokohama, Japan)
Making art with one of my fave collaborators, the extraordinary Garth Knight. A photographic series called Ebi Metamorph to be exhibited in Elena Knox's Volcana Brainstorm as part of the Yokohama Triennale in Japan.
Thrilled to be performing in an art-science collaboration with Dr Elena Knox (Waseda University) and Garth Knight as part of the Koganecho Bazaar, Yokohama, Tokyo.
Performance date: Saturday, 28th September 2019
Heartfelt thanks to Ruchi and Susana for their incredible work on the lasercutting, 3D printing and assembly of the shrimp tail and electronic led fibreoptic feelers, and Maya Petrovna for helping me make the headpiece.
With kind permission from the University of Sydney Vet School and Dr Glenn Shea, we were able to access the incredible horse anatomy collection for a test photoshoot.
Photos by Baki Kocaballi
Performance artist playing the Ice host for secret fringe event Ice.Smoke.Bär during Dark Mofo, Hobart. Curated by Anand, Alice and Allona.
Thursday 13th, Friday 14th June.
Photo: Hannah Love
Costume designer for
Living Room Theatre
107 Projects, Redfern Sydney, 2018
Lola dancing to Copacabana in the Dissection Room, Vet School, JD Stewart Building, University of Sydney
The Living Room Theatre Company, March 2018
When movement improvisation meets sonic composition in the shape of a ball, who leads and who follows? Teetering on the edge between music and noise, can the dancers next move create art or chaos?
by The Futile Research Lab
Saturday, 27th January 2018, 6pm at 107 Projects, Redfern St Redfern
Thank you dear phd students for nominating me, i'm delighted!
Thoroughly enjoyed presenting to a very engaged audience on An Aesthetics of Slow: Designing for Experience in the Attention Economy - Insights from Somatics. Thanks again to Martin and Petra for the opportunity!