Amari Low


Amari Low is a multidisciplinary designer with a background in graphic design and web development. Their research bridges locative media, interactive narratives, and capturing complex relationships with(in) place through storytelling and visual art. Amari’s ongoing thesis project explores design supporting virtual placemaking among translocal people in long-distance relationships

Field: Design

Institution: Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

Conference Schedule

Human geography, wayfinding, mapping, Physical versus temporal space, digital publics, galleries/museums

Title of Paper
Kinning with the unseen more-than-human: Re-sensing Barrambin’s disappeared waterways and creeks for community connection to place