C19 x ARTS x DIGITAL LABOUR

A pilot study on the mental health impacts of COVID-19 restrictions on arts and creative sector workers in Victoria, Australia.

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Digital China: from Cultural Presence to Innovative Nation

This project investigates how digital platforms and technologies are enabling Chinese culture and ideas to reach the world.

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Indigeneity, Identity and Survivance through ongoing Cultural Practices

This PhD project documents the ways in which Indigenous artists exercise self-determination in expressing identity through creative means.

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CreaTures: Creative Practices for Transformational Futures

CreaTures is a three-year EU H2020 Transformations project (2020 - 2022) bringing together 11 European partners.

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Mobile Media and the Urban Night: Embodiment, Mobile Devices and Darkness

This project explores the way mobile devices and networked connectivity are embedded in the routinized night-time practices and situational awareness of urban pedestrians.

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Preventing Image-Based Cybercrime in Australia: The Role of Bystanders

This project gathers empirical data about Australians’ understandings of image-based sexual abuse, image-based sexual abuse laws and the role of bystanders in responding to this growing problem.

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Revenge Pornography: The Implications for Law Reform project

The project empirically examines the prevalence, nature and impacts of image-based sexual abuse experienced by adults.

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Rapid translation of forensic data from police drug seizures into clinical alerts to improve public health

This project focuses on rapid forensic intelligence alerts on clinical practice among frontline AOD workers and clinical resource managers.

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Understanding algorithmic distribution in the Australian media industry

This project examines how the use of algorithms to distribute content on social media platforms is affecting the Australian news media sector.

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Talking Country

Working directly with traditional custodians, elders and young people, stories are recorded and layered over country allowing for deeply personal, immersive and experiential engagements with place.

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