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Australia Council grant for new electronic literature work

Very happy to mention that I have been recently been awarded an Australia Council Literature Board grant in New Media and Digital Writing, to develop a new electronic literature work for tablet devices. Work will start on this project in 2014, so more … Continue reading

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Notes for Walking staged again as part of Mosman Festival / International Fleet Review

Notes for Walking will be staged again at Middle Head as part of Mosman Festival and Mosman Art Gallery’s site specific program during the International Fleet Review, on the October long weekend, 4-7 October, 2013. Remember to download the Notes … Continue reading

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Notes for Walking – full compile

This is a full video compile of all 13 notes of Notes for Walking, a locative artwork and app developed for Middle Head National Park and Mosman Art Gallery as part of the Sydney Festival, January 2013. In Notes for Walking, thirteen short … Continue reading

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Durational Book : collaborative real-time fictive hybrid “book” project

For the past few days I have been submitting text & images to Durational Book, a collaborative real-time project at the State Library of NSW, creating hybrid/ digital/ analogue/ textual / media / bookish / objects. The material emerges from explorations into … Continue reading

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Notes for Walking : media arts and augmented landscapes – artist session ISEA

This is a link to the prezi for my Notes for Walking : media arts and augmented landscapes session at ISEA 2013. Key points only where I am contextualising Notes for Walking and discussing challenges of staging it; implications for … Continue reading

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Audience feedback on Notes

Think I may have finally recovered from staging Notes for Walking! I’ve had lots of great feedback on the work- here are some mentions gleaned from Twitter in January. More here too.

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Notes for Walking – large audience numbers

I’m thrilled to report that I received the final iTunes figures today up until Jan 27. The Notes for Walking app received over 1,200 app downloads during the Festival- 1,227 to be exact. There were also over 1400 unique Junaio … Continue reading

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Notes for Walking launched!

Notes for Walking was launched on Saturday January 5, 2013. We had a great launch with around forty people attending, and then exploring Middle Head. The overwhelming response was very, very positive! The Notes site and the Facebook page have … Continue reading

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of day, of night at MLA 2013

I’m delighted to report that of day, of night has been included in the MLA 2013 exhibition, ”Avenues of Access: An Exhibit & Online Archive of New ‘Born Digital’ Literature”  in Boston in January, 2013. Thanks very much for the inclusion, and in … Continue reading

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Note 3 preview : Notes for Walking

Notes for Walking was submitted to Apple (for iPhone) and to Junaio (for Android users) for release a few days back…now just a waiting game. Everything is looking great! In the meantime here is a preview of Note 3; featuring … Continue reading

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