While scrolling through Twitter recently I kept coming across explicit mentions of shame. Shame associated with being called out for misogyny/homophobia/racism/islamophobia/transphobia/ or ableism; shame for avoiding debt paperwork; shame for not knowing better… And each time I could relate, relate, relate. I want to try to reconstruct some of what was going through my mind… Continue reading Shame Cycles and Twitter Rage
A remarkable summer has passed its midpoint. And yet there’s still so much yet to come: excitement, thrills, reunions and first meetings; a publishing and presenting, adventure and lots of the unknown. It’s been almost 9 months since Sean Michael Morris approached me about joining the faculty of the Digital Pedagogy Lab at University of… Continue reading Summer Thoughts and An Urgency
falls, runs, rushes, gushes, gathers, laps, trickles, carves, digs, advances, retreats, holds, shapes, reflects, destroys, moves, wanders, travels, covers, reveals, smooths, softens, breaks, bursts, begins, ends.
*These photographs are part of a series, all taken in Iceland, June 2019. ©edifiedlistener
narrows at the peak
then o p e n s up again
as we bounce along
(June 21, 2019)
*Photographs are part of a series, all taken in Iceland, June 2019. ©edifiedlistener
Seeing danger, they fled.
Fleeing danger, they saw.
Feeling danger, seeing flight, fleeing feeling
Their imaginations were too powerful for their own good.
(Deadly sneaker waves…imagine!)
*Photographs in this series, all taken in Iceland, June 2019. ©edifiedlistener
Whenever I see an automated lawn mower my first is often: lonely. it’s as if I want to ascribe feelings to this free range device which performs this sisyphean service by only cutting millimetres of grass at a time. The device is in nearly constant motion except when it stops to recharge itself. It’s an… Continue reading The automated post about robot labor that published itself.
Our school celebrated the opening of the Elementary Art Show for grades 1 – 5 on Friday. Positioned along a main corridor of the school, students and their families were able to feast their eyes on over 300 distinct pieces of artwork, selected by each student to be included in the display. Because I travel… Continue reading What The Elementary Students Said About Art