How do you feel about charging Kiama Bombie? / Trajectories of convergence

The paradigm from consuming content to producing it, introduces open ended media. Internet users can change how an audience perceives a video. My remediation seeks different emotions. I repeat the same clip, but with different music, speed and filters. An intense scene with bold colours. Switching to an 'old film' filter, dramatised by the... Continue Reading →


Movement of Waves and Media

A majority of the population has ditched traditional media and shifted towards online media platforms. It’s hard to believe that in Australia alone, "21 daily newspapers across Australia's eight capital cities" in 1903 (Dwyer 2016). Online media is cheaper, faster and more convenient. My News comes in the form of photo’s, weather and social media. Within... Continue Reading →

Material Transformation // Glitch art

The paradigm shift of internet craft, allows passive consumers to become active creators. In relation to post industrial culture, production converges with conception. This  dissolves the boundaries between forming ideas and the action of making. The internet allows craftsmanship. “at a speed that keeps pace with thinking and development of ideas”.  With Photomosh, I created this... Continue Reading →

200 Hours

“As soon as you place a time limit on anything, you completely change that dynamic”.  (Ewan Donnachie, “Where To Next?”) In 2014 I had work experience with Riptide Magazine. In the time that I was there, they started organising their 200th issue; “200 Hours”. I remember being so amped on having an inside to Riptide... Continue Reading →

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