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I completed my undergraduate education at Melbourne University before receiving a PhD from RMIT University, and have taught at RMIT and Monash University. My research focuses on technological embodiment, and the ways in which human action, perception and understanding are inflected by our relationships with technology. I have written and edited books including Digital Interfacing: Action and Perception through technology, Embodiment and mechanisation: reciprocal understandings of body and machine from the Renaissance to the present and Contemporary culture and media in Asia (edited with Olivia Khoo and Koichi Iwabuchi), as well as writing book chapters, and articles in journals including Body & Society and Theory, Culture & Society.

I am a member of the Monash University Institute of Graduate Research’s Film, Media, Communications and Journalism programme.

Supervision interests

  • Interfaces
  • Video games
  • Robotics
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Embodiment
  • Japanese popular culture

Research area keywords

  • interfaces
  • Robotics
  • Video games
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Embodiment
  • Japan