New paper out from Data in the Home Project!
Findings from phase 1 of the Data in the Home project were published last month in Media International Australia. The … More
‘It is a soft-toy. It helps you to fall asleep. There can’t be a computer in it!’ Reflecting on the research of Pekka Mertala
Last week the Deakin node of the Australian Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child welcomed Dr Pekka Mertala from … More
Survey for phase 1: Mapping Data in the Home
Launching the ‘Mapping Data in the Home’ project￼
We are very pleased to be launching phase 1 of the ‘Mapping Data in the Home’ project! This project will investigate … More
Wearables as affective materialisations of data: Notes on Lindner’s Molecular Politics
Having recently read Peter Lindner’s (2020) article Molecular Politics, Wearables, and the Aretaic Shift in Biopolitical Governance, I was struck by the … More
Researching invisible data – Notes on Neumayer, Rossi & Struthers (2021)
After a bit of a break over the Australian summer and then a busy start to 2021, I have finally … More
What does imagination have to do with materialising data?
While it might seem unusual to be writing about imagination and imaginaries as part of this project, there are a … More
Metaphors of data – it’s time to redefine how we talk about data
Metaphors are a short-hand way of understanding complex ideas and concepts; they involve experiencing one thing in terms of another. … More