Protected: BCM206: As of October 2018, This is ‘Thalassophile’ – Digital Artefact Contextual Essay

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Thalassophile 2.0 // DA Module 3 – Making

Throughout this semester I have focused on each stage of developing my digital artefact. Ideating and prototyping my DA enabled me to build a solid foundation for the continuous development of my digital artefact. Whilst the aim still incorporates promoting womens bodyboarding, throughout the making stage I have attempted to monetise many aspects of my... Continue Reading →

Car Park Heroes

Some days there’s a lingering hesitance to go for a surf. You just talk yourself out of it because your wetsuit’s wet, or “it’ll be better tomorrow”. Sometimes you “don’t have enough time”. Even though, half the time  it’s all bullshit. If you’re anything like me, you leave feeling like you have just turned a blind eye... Continue Reading →

Girl Goss – Rio Clark

Rio Clark is a boogie babe from the west Oz region. Motherhood was always a life goal for her which seemed out of reach. Ultimately, being pregnant and out of the surf became a huge challenge, especially as there is consistent surf right at her doorstep. This took a toll on Rio as an ocean... Continue Reading →

Ocean Atmosphere / Public Sphere

Out in the surf discussion is hard to trigger and only starts with one of two options: “How was that wave?” Or a brutal “F*ck off to the end of the line up!” Hanging out in the line up is my Public Sphere (“a metaphor for thinking about how individual human beings come together to... Continue Reading →

Where is Your Mind?

What do you think about when you’re on a wave? Countless amounts of dedicated individuals take to the deep blue in their spare time to escape. Maybe you’re in the surf for fun, or maybe you’re in the surf to let off a bit of steam. Whatever the case may be, you’re thinking about something... Continue Reading →

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