Tracey Meziane Benson

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    Tracey Benson is an artist, social scientist and researcher based in Canberra, Australia. She focuses on issues related to wellbeing, sustainability behaviour change, energy futures and water. She explores a range of media including open data, augmented and virtual reality, often collaborating with cultural owners and scientists. Tracey is also a part-time academic at the Faculty of Art and Design and a Professional Associate of the Institute of Applied Ecology at University of Canberra. Tracey has a PhD from ANU and is currently undertaking a Masters of Applied Science by Research at the Institute of Applied Ecology.


    Tracey Benson, Australia. I was extremely privileged to study art with Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr, the first Indigenous trained teacher in the Northern Territory. This experience has had a continuing effect on how I see the world and on my work as an artist and environmental researcher. Being taught by Miriam-Rose sparked my curiosity and need to understand the world in a much more holistic way. Since 2001, I have lived in the ACT region, on Ngunnawal country, where I am active as an artist, researcher and digital engagement specialist. [source]


    Dr. Tracey Maree Meziane Benson, The Australian National University.

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  • Canberra, Australia

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