Dr Romaine Logere

Dr Romaine Logere is a design researcher whose work analyses transdisciplinary practice, with a specific focus on difference and experiential phenomena. As a Research Fellow, Romaine supports the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child’s culture of transdisciplinary engagement. Through her work in the Centre, Romaine hopes to assist participants engaged in the Topaz transdisciplinary workshops develop a broader set of conceptual tools to both frame problems within the domain of digital childhood and how knowledge is produced around that.  

Earliest digital memory 
I recall receiving a handheld electronic game console called Merlin for Xmas as a child. A toy I absolutely adored, that I could only really play three games on, but seemed – at the time – the height of gaming technology.  

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