About Spacious Mirror

A post-academic project to study to effect of the “quantumeracy” effect of digital media, how uncertainties at the heart of our devices have changed the way that we communicate and understand the world

A platform to reveal our Self to ourselves

In 1763, the Genevan philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau wrote Du contrat social that would eventually revolutionize world politics, for better or worse. 203 years later, the earliest form of the Internet was switched on, and yet no widely accepted solution for a social media contract (just largely ignored terms and services meant to protect Big Data interests)

Taking this opportunity to learn from others, this website will be the mirror that Cassius speaks of:

“And it is very much lamented, Brutus, / That you have no such mirrors as will turn / Your hidden worthiness into your eye, / That you might see your shadow.”

Julius Caesar 1.2

I look forward to connecting with other curious minds who are ready to explore the possibilities of discovering the sense of self that will help others connect more effectively, less calamitously with others through digital media.

Related Projects

Ecopoetic walks

Movies and other media

Interests in Japan

Synchronicity

Past projects

Educational Technology Consultant
(2020 – 2022)
Working with scholars and production staff at BradField Narrative Design to revise digital literacy project ST&RT with Alice

Postdoctoral Fellowship
(2019 – 2020)
Joined international academic team determined to Reimagine Literacy Education for elementary students everywhere between Alberta and Australia

Digital Dojo Participant
(2017 – 2019)
Took part in an exciting and innovative approach to emerging media creation, based on the uke and nage principles from Aikido. Steampunk Digital continues their Dojo projects in Fukuoka, Japan

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