Category Archive: Humanity

Help get us 200 followers

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Yesterday we hit 500 likes on our travel site http://www.geokult-travel.com . We are really excited to share that we almost have 200 followers. We would love to make this milestone this weekend,  so… Continue reading

Görüşürüz Turkey

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Tomorrow will be our last full day in Turkey, after three wonderful, action packed weeks. This journey to Turkey has been quite different to the first trip we made in 2011. For example,… Continue reading

Journey of a different kind

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http://www.purposefairy.com/10648/10-things-travelling-teaches-you-about-life/ One of the things I love about traveling is that it is a reminder of our shared humanity,  the essence of us that transcends race, religion and culture. I don’t often write… Continue reading

Words for water: Stage 1 ISMAR2013 and MARart

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This blog post is about my forthcoming work at the Transreal Topologies exhibition, which will be held in conjunction with the International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality (ISMAR) Symposium in Adelaide. At… Continue reading

Walks of absent memory : MESH Cities, Dunedin

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Welcome to Walks of absent memory, a project designed for ADA Mesh Cities. This project is by Tracey Benson and explores past and present Dunedin. The work is a literal walk around a… Continue reading

Jawun update

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It has been a while since I have posted a blog about my Jawun secondment with Yorta Yorta Nation Aboriginal Corporation (YYNAC). This past week we launched the facebook page and had a… Continue reading

Email newsletter available

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Originally posted on Mediakult:
Over the weekend I put together a newsletter including some great articles that I found on Scoop.it The bytetime newlsletter covers many areas relevant to mediakult, including social media…

Seeing with both eyes : Indigenous knowledge and sustainability

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Since I posted Videos of Yorta Yorta Country yesterday, I have come across some other really interesting pieces of information which relate strongly to Indigenous connections to landscape, embodiment and identity that I… Continue reading

SCANZ2013: Potentiality

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It has been nearly a week since we left New Plymouth and the hub of SCANZ2013. Many conversations, thoughts and moments are now echoing, in particular the notion of ‘Te kore” the space… Continue reading

A surprise visit to Çatalhöyük

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In an earlier post, we wrote about the neolithic site Çatalhöyük and the beautiful mountain Hasan Dag. I was fascinated with the neolithic archeological site because of its significant finds and the contested… Continue reading