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“I am unpacking our library, yes I am. In borrowing this framework, ex post facto, from Walter Benjamin, I am not starting as he did, in the state of boxed and crated books—“not yet touched by the mild boredom of order”—but with the large and functioning library of the University of Alberta,...
Designing Usafe: An Analysis System that Tracks Unusual Behavioural Patterns to Support Elderly People Living Safely at Home AloneDownload
Many elderly live in their own homes as they age, but their specific challenges in achieving this goal are unknown. The elderly may face daily frustrations and difficulties in their everyday activities. (Clark, Czaja, & Weber, 1990; Rogers, Meyer, Walker, & Fisk, 1998). Unless the elderly take...
shimmy-shimmy-plop-plop is an exhibition longing for bodies free from disease and uncertainty. As I immerse the viewer in milky fireworks, sprouted hair, creases, and moles, I create a visual language of the infected and in-between aspects of the body. By embracing fragmented and exaggerated...
Know Thyself as a Virtual Reality (KTVR) is an interdisciplinary project that focuses on the ethics and aesthetics of the use of medical scan data and virtual reality. This is an exciting, emerging field which holds huge creative potential and striking opportunities for producing new medical...
Pattern 2451 is a research and process-based exploration of a tea set that I was given from my grandmother. The project is in response to my experiences of moving and packing my own things, and the objects from my grandparent’s house. I began this work wanting to know what it means for an object...