Marissa Willcox is a digital ethnographer currently undertaking PhD research in the school of Media and Communications at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. Her research focuses on feminist and queer artists creation of the ‘feminist self’ through art practice on Instagram.
Marissa has embraced working within the Enabling Capabilities Platforms at RMIT to develop research intensive events and conferences. She works alongside professors and digital ethnographers to deliver workshops, innovation challenges and research projects that foster educational and innovative solutions to real world problems.
“Flying soccer balls that are ice-cream factories inside, cars with wings, mobile recycling plants, streets that are rivers. These are the inventions children have offered up to Hickey-Moody. This is...