No Comments

“V[R]ignettes” Wins the 2019 QUT Digital Literature Prize

2019 has been the year of peaks and troughs. I’ve forged incredible new career paths and wrestled wild learning curves. I’ve also been lucky enough to connect to sparkly new colleagues and peers [some of which now fall into the collaborator, and friend, categories]. I’ve also dealt with a fair share of sadness and loss […]
No Comments

Ex Libris: A Book in Half-a-Billion

  From the awesomely creative mind of Simon Groth: “This is not just a book. Ex Libris a novel containing 12 chapters that can be shuffled into any order, yet still presents a cohesive story arc. This project aims to make a print run where each individual copy contains chapters that have been shuffled at […]
No Comments

Shortlistings + Publishings + Exhibitions, Oh My!

Yep, consider the above title a lame attempt at summarising some of the news from my studio-neck-of-the-woods. There’s just *so* *dang* *much* going on right now [both here + on the global stage too, right? In fact, in relation to what’s more worthy of your attention, you’re probably better off reading this or this than […]
No Comments

The Dark Forest Theory of the Internet – OneZero

The internet of today is a battleground. The idealism of the ’90s web is gone. The web 2.0 utopia — where we all lived in rounded filter bubbles of happiness — ended with the 2016 Presidential election when we learned that the tools we thought were only life-giving could be weaponized too. The public and semi-public spaces we created […]
No Comments

Alien: The Play

I love that north bergen high school did alien last night as their school play, so I’m gonna keep tweeting about how great it is..everything was made from recycled materials .. so nuts amazing I’m so proud of my hometown pic.twitter.com/EEMEbankDz — Andrew Fernandez (@bhsdrew) March 23, 2019 Starting to get some more video of […]