About

My primary school English teacher once said… ‘erinma has a lot of brilliant ideas… its a pity they rarely hit the page.’ This was before computers and the internet. This blog charts occasional thoughts that very sometimes turn into book chapters, movies, games, talks and creative interventions, including a recycled robot orchestra and a data critter. My approach to life and work is inspired by intellectual activism (after Patricia Hill Collins), social and ecological justice and taking affirmative, decolonising, collective action.

In the wake of colonialism, I aspire, as Christina Sharpe encourages, that we foster self and communal care, honour those who paved the way and… keep breathing.

Like everyone, I am still for the most part, figuring things out, like the puzzle of sunflower 667.

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