Lately I’ve been tending to the dissemination of my research, and I often feel like I’m always in need of more time, just to get things done! I’m in the process of adding the final touches to presentation of Tales from the Maker, which will be presented at the EAD (the European Academy of Design) Conference in Porto on Thursday the 5th of May.
I’ve been invited to speak about TOTeM at openMIC Mobile Innovation Camp on the 19th of May, which is taking place here in Dundee and looks really interesting!
Recently I’ve also had a paper accepted at ISEA2011, which will take place from the 14 – 21st September in Istanbul. Its being co-written with Chris Speed, a colleague on the TOTeM project, which is great! With this, its starting to look like September is going to be a very very busy month indeed with events happening at the same time in Turkey and Australia! (the logistics of being at opposite ends of the globe to be sorted out later…)
I am presenting two papers, Print the Code > Code the Print, and Tagged at DCA at the end of September in Melbourne at the Impact7 - Intersections & Counterpoints Conference. Related to this, I’ve also been collaborating with the University of Victoria for an exhibition space to show my artworks in the Coded Moments series as well as some older stuff from Signals in the City, opening on the 6th of September, as part of the Month of Print, happening in Australia throughout the whole of September. For this last bit I really have to thank the organisers of IMPACT and The Print Council of Australia who have been very supportive and have been so helpful in promoting my work to exhibition venues