My work explores the role of digital data, methods and infrastructures in the “composition of collective life” and in facilitating “collective inquiry” into social and ecological issues.
I’m currently finishing a book on public data practices. I’m also contributing to projects examining arts and humanities-based digital methods for studying environmental issues; online mobilisations of East and Southeast Asian (ESEA) communities in the UK; and critical technical practices in digital research.
I am a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Critical Infrastructure Studies at the Department of Digital Humanities in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at King’s College London. I am also co-founder of the Public Data Lab as well as Research Associate at the Digital Methods Initiative at the University of Amsterdam and the médialab at Sciences Po, Paris.
On this site you can find a gathering of:
- things I’ve written
- projects I’ve contributed to
- teaching activities and materials
- blog posts and working notes
- short bio texts
My mother and her family are Hakka-Chinese-Malaysian-Singaporean-American and my father was Scottish - which makes me Hakka-Chinese-Malaysian-Singaporean-American-Scottish. I contribute to the work of several anti-racism and East and Southeast Asian (ESEA) community groups, including End Violence and Racism Against ESEA Communities, besea.n and kindredpacket.