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I joined the Digital Interaction group in 2012 as a PhD student supervised by David Kirk. My proposed project aims to explore the practices of academic research dissemination. My fieldwork are organised around a workplace and people's everyday routine. Through ethnographic studies and design workshops, I wish to develop new media for research dissemination as a way to further interrogate research dissemination as a global phenomenon.
I grew up in Taiwan before completing an undergraduate degree in Science at St Andrews University (2007). In 2008 I joined Culture Lab as a Digital Media (MRes) student and remained affiliated as a freelance research assistant, video maker and Open Lab Radio manager after completing the course. I have previously worked as a director’s PA at OFFPW (an experimental theatre company in Taipei) and as a freelance artist for various public research and art projects in the UK.
- Recording Scholarly ThroughtsAugust 30, 2011In many disciplines video is becoming a major vehicle for dissemination, and documentary videos are often presented as evidence for research in conferences. However, I would like to suggest that video has its limitations and researchers need to...
- Lovers' BoxAugust 30, 2011The Lovers’ Box is a digital artefact designed to engage couples in reflections on their relationship. Users open their personalised wooden box with a key that they then place on an RFID reader inside to play a recorded message. This can be anything ...