“Transiting with the environment: an exploration of traveller’s reorientations as creative and collaborative practice”
Travellers undertake a process of reorientation and realignment that is particular to each destination. This process intensifies when travelling long distances across borders, cultures and climates, as travellers utilise performative, embodied and creative methods that… Read more
Kaya Barry is a PhD candidate at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia. Her practice-led research project ‘Creativity in-transit’ focuses on material and spatial intersections with contemporary travel processes. Her academic and creative research involves site-specific interactions that engage with processes of perception, imagination and embodiment. She has exhibited her creative research artworks within Australia, Iceland and online, and teaches in the area of new media theory and practice.