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Distinguished Professor Larissa Hjorth reflects on ecogrief and the power of creative practice and ethnography to transform how we live in the world.
Hjorth is a socially-engaged artist and digital ethnographer. She has two decades experience working in interdisciplinary, collaborative, playful and socially innovative digital media methods to explore intergenerational relationships in cross-cultural contexts. Hjorth has explored the socio-cultural dimensions of mobile media in many contexts such as Japan, South Korea, China and Australia. Hjorth has published over 100 publications on the topic – recent publications include Haunting Hands, Understanding Social Media, Creative Practice Ethnographies and Ambient Play.
Supported by Naomi Milgrom AO, through the Naomi Milgrom Foundation