This week, I watched an anime film for the first time. It was vastly different than expected. Upon reflecting on the practices of auto-ethnography, the experience of live-tweeting the screening and my own cultural framework I was able to realise the vast influence Akira has had on pop culture everywhere.
When I tell people that I’ve completed 3 internships before even reaching my graduate year, they look at me like I’ve got two heads and six eyes...
Why do we strive to document our lives so intensely?
Our social media pages are a constructed reality, rather than a representation of our real lives.
It’s the week before final exams, you’re rapidly typing up revision notes, Spotify is on full blast and you’re in the zone. And then, it happens. Just one at first, but then another, and another… and another until the cacophony of vibrations emerging from your phone hits your final nerve – and you crack. Fast-forward, … Continue reading A Proposal