• Fraser Allison
  1. Dying in the Digital Age: Are you prepared?

    In this webinar hosted by the International Collaborative for Best Care for the Dying Person, Dr Bjorn Nansen and Amara Nwosu discussed the practicalities of death …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2022/09/11/dying-in-the-digital-age-are-you-prepared

  2. Melbourne Conversations: Deconstructing Human Voices

    A photograph from the discussion panel. Three speakers sit on chairs next to a sign language interpreter and a screen showing an automatic transcription of the talk.

    DeathTech’s Dr Fraser Allison joined filmmaker/artist Daz Chandler and design researcher Dr Niels Wouters at ACMI X to talk about voice technology. The wide-ranging conversation included …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2022/08/11/melbourne-conversations-deconstructing-human-voices

  3. Welcome to DeathTech: navigating the business of death online – ABC Radio National

    Dr Bjørn Nansen appeared on ABC Radio National’s Life Matters program on 24th May to discuss the online services that aim to support people in dealing …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2022/05/26/welcome-to-deathtech-navigating-the-business-of-death-online-abc-radio-national

  4. The Sustainable Cemetery online panel – 28 Feb

    Join DeathTech’s Sam Holleran and representatives from the deathcare industry for an online discussion of the ways in which sustainability can be embedded in cemeteries of …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2022/02/18/the-sustainable-cemetery-online-panel-28-feb

  5. Redesigning Deathcare Conference 2022 – accepting submissions

    The inaugural Redesigning Deathcare Conference will hosted by the University of Melbourne on 27–29 October 2022, with in-person and online presentations. We are now inviting expressions …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2022/01/27/redesigning-deathcare-conference-2022-accepting-submissions

  6. Interview with Catherine Bell on Art, Death & Disposal – Faculty of Arts

    Catherine Bell artwork

    Catherine Bell spoke with Sarah Hall of the Faculty of Arts about her work for the Art, Death & Disposal exhibition (curated by DeathTech), her visions …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2022/01/17/interview-with-catherine-bell-on-art-death-disposal-faculty-of-arts

  7. We need to rethink how we manage death-care – Pursuit

    Overhead view of a cemetery. Getty Images.

    Death is a phenomenon like no other. It touches all dimensions of human experience, as a biological process and as an event of profound cultural, spiritual, …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2022/01/17/we-need-to-rethink-how-we-manage-death-care-pursuit

  8. Art, Death & Disposal exhibition (12-16 Jan)

    Art, Death and Disposal exhibition. Opens 12 January 6pm-8pm. Continues 13-16 January 3pm-8pm. Meat Market Stables, North Melbourne.

    How might disposal of the deceased be designed in the 21st century? Imagining beyond burial and cremation – in a world of rapid social, technological and …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2021/12/03/art-death-disposal-exhibition

  9. Results of The Future Cemetery Survey 2021 [Report]

    The DeathTech Research Team is pleased to present the results of the Future Cemetery Survey 2021. Based on a nationally representative sample taken during the COVID-19 …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2021/11/25/results-of-the-future-cemetery-survey-2021

  10. Burial, cremation, or the ‘Gentle Way’? – Triple J’s Hack

    Professor Michael Arnold spoke to Tamsin Rose of Triple J’s Hack to discuss what’s changing in the way we treat human remains: If you take the …

    deathtech.research.unimelb.edu.au/2021/11/17/burial-cremation-or-the-gentle-way-triple-js-hack

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