New processes for digital encounters with wild, green spaces

This digital postcard – included as a teaser/provocation and expanded upon in the TDPT Blog through an audio tour (see links below) – was created with a mobile phone in a wild, green space. It proposes a set of intersections between the device, space and body–ideas for playful positionings of that device in environments where ‘natural as opposed to human agency appears to be shaping the land’(Jorgensen 2012, p. 1). It is for practitioners who are interested in inhabiting and responding to wild, green spaces, and offers practices for disrupting some of the primary ways we might use digital devices in such encounters. The postcard is a hybrid practice that reveals my explorations of these spaces, while also prompting and proposing practical activities and modes of engagement that I have discovered through exploring in this way:

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/19443927.2019.1625625

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