Topothesia looks at the ways the sensory information coming from busy urban environments informs experiences, highlights the importance of accessible infrastructure, and challenges notions of what is neurologically “typical”.
BODIL TUMMERS talks to Alexa, a former competitive cheerleader who had to find a new identity after fracturing her back.
Thousands of people gathered for a silent vigil to remember Euridyce Dixon at Princes Park last night. AMBER SCHULTZ and CHESTER NGAN report.
With a driving rhythm, Beat explores the city over the course of an ordinary day through music and montage, to reveal Melbourne’s animalism.
Shaz is 26 and graduating from her Bachelor’s degree and doing a Master’s in social work at the same time. SURYAN ZAKI talks to a woman who doesn’t let her disability stop her from achieving her dreams.
Monash student Daniel Simson was diagnosed with stage three testicular cancer almost two months ago. As he deals with chemotherapy, his girlfriend Matilda is trying to end the stigma that surrounds the disease.ANDREA THIIS-EVENSEN reports.
In April next year, Bobby Bajram will become the oldest person with a disability to attempt to climb Mt Everest. CAROLINE TUNG talked to a man with a passion for adventure.
VICTOR PERRAMON talks to Emma about the impact of her parents’ divorce.
A day, in a city full of people and full of chances. A day of moments. This continues a series of short creative documentaries from students in Film and Screen Studies units at Monash.
The first in a series of short films from students in the School of Media, Film and Journalism. Flâneuse is a short documentary exploring how women of various ages and ethnicities navigate the city of Melbourne and observe the space.