Caroline lectures in communications and museum studies at the University of Queensland and has around 20 years of experience working in the cultural and not-for-profit sectors. Her research takes a critical focus on the use of digital media especially on cultural institutions and public space.
Lecturer, University of Queensland
University of Queensland, PhD
Playing with TikTok: algorithmic culture and the future of creative work , The Future of Creative Work. (pp. 172-188)
The quantified and customised museum: measuring, matching, and aggregating audiences, Public
The logic of platforms: how “on demand” museums are adapting in the digital era, Critical Arts
How algorithmic cultural recommendation influence the marketing of cultural collections, Consumption, Markets & Culture
The personalization of publicity in the museum:, Continuum