I am a Masters student (Media Studies) at Concordia University. I explore the intersect between play, intergenerationality and digital issues. I have a background in education and community work, which guides my interest in tangible research projects. I believe play is an intrinsic parts of our lives that everyone experiences and understands differently. It is from this perspective I hope to explore play in relation to other individuals, spaces and structures.
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“We study play because life is crap. Life is crap, and it’s full of pain and suffering, and the only thing that makes it worth living – the only thing that makes it possible to get up in the morning and go on living – is play.”Brian Sutton-Smith, The Ambiguity of Play