"I can't believe that", said Alice, "... one can't believe impossible things".
"I dare say you haven't had much practice", said the Queen, "when I was your age, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast"
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Trained as a Fine Artist at the VCA in Melbourne, Australia, as well as studies in Accounting and Multimedia (Media Studies), my background is working with non-profit Arts organisations and in my own art publishing business. Since arriving in Berlin in 2010 I have worked in technology start-ups; managing online communities, communication and marketing.
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- Talking about listening – innovations in true dialogue
- The beginning of a very interesting conversation
- Das Stadtschaftschaubild
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- In search of the female flâneur – (navel gazing part 1 or me looking at me looking at me)
- Six impossible things before breakfast.
- What being an Artist has taught me
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Category Archives: Psychogeography
“To draw is to look, examining the structure of appearances. A drawing of a tree, shows not a tree, but a tree-being-looked at.” John Berger, Berger on Drawing, p.71. Share|
The Poet and the Prostitute: the search for female subjectivity: Part 1 The Poet and the Prostitute: the search for female subjectivity: Part 2 Excluded from full participation in cultural production, most early records of activities of women participating the … Continue reading
Modernity has continued and expanded on the historical privileging of sight, critiquing the modern metropolis as creating the condition of ocular centrism, Guy Debord in the Society of the Spectacle states “In societies where modern conditions of production prevail, all … Continue reading
Through the research for my studio practice I had developed an interest in the concept of the psychogeography. The term psychogeography, defined by Guy Debord in 1955 refers to the “effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on … Continue reading
This strategy of the dérive became central to the Situationist psychogeographic explorations. Unlike the automatism of the Surrealists, it is much closer to the military tactic of drifting, defined as “a calculated action determined by the absence of a proper … Continue reading
The effects of the built environment upon the occupants of a city can be theorised as the result of a negotiation of the ‘place making’ ability of architecture and presented meanings used in architecture to control. It was a group … Continue reading