PROJECTS AND AFFILIATIONS
A COLLECTION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE AR APPS
This is a research tool for both academics and heritage professionals. AR projects could be browsed both individually and in groups, based on their practical categories and on the theoretical concepts associated with them. A bibliography will accompany each entry. This tool is expected to become available under Fabric of Digital Life in Summer 2021.
IMAGINARY JEWISH HOMELANDS
Data and UX Analyst in the AR and VR project Imaginary Jewish Homelands: a collaborative digital art and humanities project that utilizes the cutting edge technology of virtual reality and augmented reality to image and imagine four proposed sites in modern times for a Jewish homeland around the globe.
DIGITAL HERITAGE IN CULTURAL CONFLICTS
Content contributor and a chapter co-author in the DigiConflict edited volume, forthcoming in Spring 2021.
The DigiCONFLICT Research Consortium contest common convictions about the allegedly universal and democratic nature of digital heritage by exploring the impact of digital heritage in nationally framed cultural conflicts.
THE MARSHALL MCLUHAN CENTRE FOR CULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY
Ph.D. Resident (2017-2018)
Project title: The Embodied Experience in the Age of Augmented Reality (AR).
What is the experience of being-in-the-world with this changed notion of reality? How are we to perceive and conceive our new, augmented reality, and what do we make of the traditional categories of real/virtual, reality/illusion, physicality/simulation?
JOURNAL OF ART, MEDIA, AND VISUAL CULTURE
Peer-reviewer for tba journal, an annual peer-reviewed journal organized by the Visual Arts Department at Western University in London, Ontario. It provides an interdisciplinary forum for emerging and independent scholars and artists by bringing together studio, art history, cultural studies, theory, criticism and related fields.
GRADUATE UNION OF THE STUDENTS OF ART
Vice President (2018-2019) and program coordinator. We organize academic and social events and advocate on behalf of members to the Graduate Department of Art and the University. GUStA organizes the annual conference The Wollesen Memorial Symposium and publishes the symposium proceedings online and in print in The Wollesen Journal.