Art and Community-based projects

The Pigeons of Melbourne

Site specific sculpture commissioned for the City of Melbourne. The artwork received national TV coverage, including ABC, Channel 7, 9, 10, and radio stations Triple J, and ABC774. It also was featured on the front page of The Age newspaper. Some press articles: herehere and here.

The artwork later became a part of the Melbourne City permanent art collection and exhibited at Monash University Art Gallery.

See more photos here.



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Poetry 4 U

A Twitter poetry mapping project that pins poems to place. This allows you read the poem while being in the space it was written about, adding context and narrative to your surroundings.

The project was selected as part of Poetry Ireland 2015, and Melbourne Writers Festival 2010 and 2011.
One of the poetry maps that was part of Melbourne Writers Festival.

One of the poetry maps that was part of Poetry Ireland's 2015 festival.

Publication: Poetry 4 U

This book is an anthology of geo-locative twitter poetry that was shortlisted at the Melbourne Writers Festival in 2009 and 2010.

The publication later became course material at RMIT University, and included in the permanent collection at the 
Australian National Library.

Publication: Pinning poems under/over/through the streets

The article explores how a new generation of smartphones, social software, GPS and other location-based technologies offer the ability to create new cultural spaces and publication models. Published in New Media and Society.