An analysis of the cultural, social, political and material implications and affects of image scanners as media. This includes creating a space in the Media Archaeology Lab to work with scanners and investigate/present on the insides of the machine. Also this project includes looking at the subversive function of scanners through resistant art pieces that use scanners.
Sub-Cultures in Academia
A qualitative study on Digital Humanities as a subcultural formation in academia. This involves interviews with junior scholars about the difficulties of digital humanities type projects and tenure track hire, and looking at funding trends.
Comic Books & Scanning
Looking at graphic novels and scanning techniques. Circulation of graphic novels through online sources such as torrents, websites and Kindle files.
A digital imaging of a cuneiform tablet, conducted at DHSI 2015.