What does it mean to feel “at home” during an affordable-housing crisis? How does this crisis—leading to extreme rent burdens, precarious living situations, widespread displacement, and homelessness—impact people’s sense of belonging and community? And how are these personal impacts tied to broader social and ecological impacts—as families sacrifice basic needs to make rent, and as unaffordable housing drives sprawling, unsustainable urban development?
There's a great conference coming up hosted by the Film & Digital Media department at UCSC. Poetics & Politics will focus on bridging the gap between theory and practice in documentary film and interactive work. I'm very pleased to have been included in a panel on May 17 on Gentrification in San Francisco, where I'll … Continue reading Poetics + Politics: Santa Cruz, 5/15–17
Oh hey, I was quoted in the Sentinel after being interviewed at the UCSC Graduate Research symposium, where I showed a 10-minute cut of footage from my Public/Transit project. There was a lot of great work presented, but, of course, I'm not at all biased when I say that the film and digital art projects … Continue reading UCSC Graduate Research Symposium