Professor Larissa Hjorth is an artist and digital ethnographer in the School of Media & Communication at RMIT University.
Her work focuses upon the socio-cultural dimension of mobile media in the Asia-Pacific region. Her work explores the intersection of the city and the environment through mobile play. Mobile play can take the form of ethnographies or creative interventions.
Screen Ecologies: Art, Media and the Environment in the Asia-Pacific Region (with S. Pink, K. Sharp, L. Williams, 2016).
Games and Gaming (2010).
Mobile Media in the Asia-Pacific (2009).