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The Will

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Presentation of my new artwork "The Will" in collaboration with Arwa Ramadan in the frame of Interface Cultures exhibition "Unuselessness - The Useful Useless" presented during Ars Electronica festival (1.-6.9.2011 Brucknerhaus, Linz, Austria)

On the floor there is ...

Design that can impact a society’s stigma on housing

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The housing titanic – The big ship in communicating to influence the public stigma of affordable housing.

Australia has an ingrained belief that owning a home is essential to their wellbeing, stability and being a responsibility citizen in our society. This ...

Anonymous vs Facebook: #OpFacebook a fake?

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Few days ago, there were announcements all over the media and RT’s on Twitter about #OpFacebook, and a video announcement that Facebook will be destroyed by Anonymous on November 5th because of its privacy regulations.
Today, @anonops wrote:

“TO ...

Reflections

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The success of any learning I believe takes roots with a commitment to the cause and although the concept of “Socially Responsive Communication” may be a novice concept in this age and time it is certainly not unapproachable in the ...

Communicate, Reproduce.

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Tell me what you want, but there's a megaload of people in the world who is obsessed with reproduction. Spreading their own selves forever, that is, in the most traditionally fisiological way we can think of. The way of ...

A Tribute to Defectiveness

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I'm networking so much lately that my emotional brain is growing
disproportionately, taking over the spoken language neurotic (sic) areas.

I went to the kitchen today, where my housemate P. was making a peanut butter/cucumber sandwich.
'Food!', I ...

The Issue of the 100% Male Conference Panel

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I was one who asked the male panel at Memefest's Festival of Radical Communications 'Inspiration day' why there were no women presenters. I think it's worth unpacking this topic a little with the intention of helping Memefest develop ...

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