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!
Thrilled to be working with the incredible Michelle St Anne from Living Room Theatre company on A Requiem for Anastasia, a work on climate change, ageing and death.
First showing and artist talk at East Sydney Arts and Community Centre | 34 Burton St, Darlinghurst, NSW
Saturday 28 October 2017 | 6.30PM - 8.00PM
A full paper and a hands-on studio accepted to TEI17 in Yokohama, Japan.
Núñez-Pacheco, C. and Loke, L. (2017) Tacit Narratives: Surfacing Aesthetic Meaning by Using Wearable Props and Focusing.
Núñez-Pacheco, C. and Loke, L. (2017) The Body as a Source of Aesthetic Qualities for Design: Explorations and Techniques.
One of 20 University of Sydney academics speaking at small bars on 18th October 2016.
I spoke on how to design for physical activity through strategies of incidental exercise and playful creativity.
SMH interview by Sarah Berry at http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/health-and-wellbeing/fitness/from-geeks-to-fitness-freaks-rethinking-exercise-by-design-20161017-gs4f20.html
Loke, L. and Kocaballi, A.B. Choreographic inscriptions: A framework for exploring sociomaterial influences on qualities of movement for HCI. Human Technology Journal Special issue on Human–Technology Choreographies: Body, Movement, and Space. Volume 12 (1), May 2016, 31-55.