Some key research:
‘People who live in society have learned how to see themselves in mirrors as they appear to their friends’.
(La Nausée/ Nausea, 1938) – identity is socially constructed. Our sense of our self comes to us reflected by the people around us. The evidence on the constructive nature of identity, and the mirror metaphor Read more →
presenting 2 ideas – one from my personal experience, the other as a story idea that I have to build and research more into.
I went for testing out the second idea, Read more →
Key subject matter:
Power, knowledge, education, schools, information
What motivates me?
In my own experience, education is the largest contributing factor in social mobility. Upon hearing the education experiences of my peers, I became interested in exploring how curricula have changed to suit adapting times, especially in Singapore where one main purpose of education is to make an individual employable.
What can Read more →
90 percent of the world’s data was created in the last two years.
In recent times, we have been digitally recording and sharing so many aspects of our lives without giving much thought about the availability of these pieces of information to other people. As we continue to inevitably move toward digitising every aspect of our lives, security and privacy protection has never been Read more →