(Im)material Ethics with Kathryn Gledhill-Tucker
What might a digital-born ethics contain? This week we’re joined by Nyungar technologist and digital rights activist Kathryn Gledhill-Tucker to discuss our responsibilities as digital storytellers: from subject and readers to communities and infrastructures. We’ll also examine issues around data and the archive, representation and digital platforms, intellectual property and economies of labour, and the ethics of embodiment in interactive storytelling. How can our work be informed by, acknowledge and respond to these issues?