Kat Jungnickel

Digital Domesticity

Domestic Space and Interfaces for Located Mobility (2006-07) was a one year ethnographic study that examined wireless digital cultures (specifically the use of computers and the internet) in the Australian home, in the context of increasing provision of WiFi and WiMAX. Co-funded by Intel and INCITE (Incubator for Critical Inquiry into Technology and Ethnography) at the University of Surrey, the study aimed to gain a better understanding of how and to what extent these new wireless technologies are reconfiguring and reorganising domestic practice and social relations.

Outputs:
Project website
Book chapter
Talks
Discussed in The Guardian newspaper
Industry reports