Nahrung, Nollie Joy
Southern Cross University (SCU)
Nollie Nahrung is a PhD student in the School of Arts and Social Sciences at Southern Cross University (Lismore campus). Her thesis is an interdisciplinary work that explores Relatonal Anarchy through fictocritical and textual montage techniques.Nollie holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree with First Class Honours from SCU and a Bachelor of Multimedia Studies with Distinction from Central Queensland University.
ArticlesThis series of digital cut-ups offers a personal response to my readings of selected works by Luce Irigaray, using words, images, and graphemes from domestic cookery books as ingredients for thinking and writing. Through these textual montage experiments, I engage with parler-femme (speaking (as) woman) as both concept and practice to explore love, fluidity, and desire through...Read more