Everyone is the audience in some way or another. Regardless of the medium in which we explore and are attracted to – e.g. Twitter, documentaries, and Snapchat discover feature – we are all participants in and observers of, media. Traditional media such as radio and newspapers are slowly becoming outdated, with 44% of Australian’s using other media outlets, (i.e. the internet) to source information, and 39% saying they don’t trust traditional news sources. Continue reading “performance art as news.”
With the plethora of media platforms available 24/7, it becomes hard knowing where to go and what to trust when searching for information on topical issues. Although legacy media may never go away, Australian audiences are steering towards other sources to find information about an array of topical issues. Continue reading “legacy vs. social media.”
Craftsmanship is more than just being creative homies. It’s a humanising process, allowing for creation, customisation and individuality! In an era of digitalisation it’s kind of EVERYTHING. Here’s the deets…
The pre-industrial era was a time of artisanal production and subsistence living. As there was no machinery or digitalisation, goods were made by hand. What was produced was generally made for the family by the family, or by ‘cottage industries’ (small businesses); people weren’t capable of transforming concepts into products as there was no capacity to do so. Continue reading “gettin’ crafty.”
I am probably the most indecisive person on the planet, I struggle enough picking what I want to eat for breakfast everyday, let alone deciding what my major project should be!
However, I have had some thoughts…
As mentioned in my introductory blog post I am low key obsessed with weird documentaries, and funky little videos that explore topics not covered by the mainstream media. Now I don’t plan on filming a mass documentary series, but I have become inspired by 60 Second Docs which is a series of well 1 minute long documentaries on random, and unique people, occasions, places, etc. Continue reading “digital artefact ideas.”