Pecha Kucha,if you have not heard of this, is a presentation style developed by two Japanese architects, in which 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each (6 minutes and 40 seconds in total ideally), timed with presentation software, which makes them very fast-paced and challenging. I made this Pecha Kucha presentation for a critical … Continue reading Pecha Kucha on Collecting in the Digital Age, looking at the ideas of cultural critics Walter Benjamin and Simon Reynolds
This summer I have been rereading a few classic children's fantasy books, and creating oil pastel drawings in response. This one is for Alice's Adventures in Wonderland written by English mathematician Charles Lutwidge Dodgson under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll. Next, Diana Wynne Jones!
A new colourful zine Milk Teeth + Bubblegum on a Toronto Sidewalk (16 surreal postcards) You can access it here: Milk Teeth + Bubblegum on a Toronto Sidewalk
This paper examines the possibility of using google statistics to mine data for updating the library catalogue and design of the library as a diverse community space. This paper also examines the possibility of using library member-generated data to improve the library catalogue, collection, and space. This paper is expanded from Research Methods coursework at … Continue reading Minding User Desires: Updating the Universal Library Catalogue and Library Space Using Google Statistics for Data Mining
A collection of correspondences between a dream exorcist/ advice columnist and those who email her A pdf of this zine: Alice's Dream Remedies
Stories about being a girl working in retail. (which I have done for over a decade) You can read it by clicking here: Shop Girl Zine
A spooky zine made on a spooky night with the background sounds of a thunderstorm. I have been wanting to create a story about Baba Yaga for such a long time. You can access the pdf here: Baba Yaga Zine