The Game of Secrets

In the Game of Secrets, you win or you die. Before the invention of the telegraph, messages had to be physically transported to their receiver. (Shocking I know). This caused a dramatic shift in world perception as it became unified through the extraction and transportation of information from matter. However, a fundamental concern with the … Continue reading The Game of Secrets


Another semester, another introduction

After a short hiatus otherwise known as only posting the bare minimum, I'm back and bloggier than ever!! My name is Jasmyn, I'm 19 years old, and I'm an aspiring digital innovator. I am in my first year of my Bachelor of Media and Communications (Digital Media and Communications) / Bachelor of Arts (Writing and … Continue reading Another semester, another introduction

MEDA101 – Project 3 – Inertia

Project Statement Inertia - "a property of matter by which it continues in its existing state of rest or uniform motion in a straight line, unless that state is changed by an external force." Sometimes, we get swept up in life's inertia - unable to stop ourselves as we are propelled by a constant stream of … Continue reading MEDA101 – Project 3 – Inertia


PROJECT STATEMENT When you're watching a movie, you can close your eyes but you cannot mute your ears. Thus, sound is integral in creating mood and conveying stories, so I have created an audio narrative which acts as a soundscape but draws focus on specific isolated sounds to create a multidimensional experience through the protagonist's ears. … Continue reading MEDA101 PROJECT 2: AUDIO


"It's probably my ovaries making me do it, Steve" - Van Badham on QandA 2016 QandA is an excellent example of a mediated public sphere, as it is constructed to provoke debate, with the chosen participants purposely possessing a variety of contesting ideologies. But we must wonder: Who is excluded from this version of a public … Continue reading #MyOvariesMadeMe

Where I’m From

Project Statement Using Lyon's poem, and the Lumiere Rules as a basis, my project explores the metaphysical notions of where I'm from. Using a non-linear sequence, ambiguity is paired with concrete images, reflecting my poem's theme - that 'home' is more than just a place. I found that the juxtaposition of nature and urban settings was … Continue reading Where I’m From