Below are a selection of writings produced during my time completing a Masters of Digital Humanities. My research looked at the social impact of technology focusing on the way national narratives are constructed in a digital era as well as looking at how contemporary Indigenous artists and activists use cyberspace as a place to counter those narratives. Book ending Expo ’67 with Canada 150, I conducted research on screen technology as a precusor to digital design and interfaces. Also, because of a curiousity of monuments as physical manifestations of national narratives, heritage conservation and memory studies provided a foundation upon which to consider how we archive digital heritage.
Published writings include:
2019 Inspired Gathering: the International Indigenous Art of Àbadakone, National Gallery of Canada
2019 Makwa’s Return: Algonquin Artist Claude Latour, Ottawa Life
2018 Review: Àdisòkàmagan / Nous connaître un peu nous-mêmes / We’ll All Become Stories, C Magazine, Issue 139
2016 Review: Floe Edge: Contemporary Art and Collaborations from Nunavut, Inuit Art Quarterly, Spring 2016
2016 Review: Questioning Citizenship at the Venice Biennale: Responses and Interventions, C Magazine, Issue 128