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Docuverse 2017 Symposium

How are new technologies, practices and projects expanding documentary? After the success of our symposium in February 2016, Docuverse will be hosting a further annual event on the 10th of February, 2017. The event will be taking place in Building 80 (room TBC) at RMIT University, in Melbourne, Australia. From our symposium in February 2016, …

Image: Aubrey Keen, 10.10.16 “It is a computer mouse, they love cheese, they know there way home because they have sensitive ears…” The ‘idoc tool design’ project is running a workshop with Docuverse and we need your input to begin scoping out the design of a new open source tool for making interactive online documentaries. …

Docuverse SnapShots#3: Defining the Utilitarian Film

[Deane Williams and audience] The 25th August Docuverse event Snapshots#3 took on a reflective tone with our guests Deane Williams, Grace Russell and Stella Barber introducing an Australian Research Council funded collaborative research project: The Cinema Within: National and Transnational Concerns of ‘Utilitarian Filmmaking’ in Australia 1945 – 1980. ‘While Australian cinema is generally defined …

Docuverse presents expanded documentary talk

Hannah Brasier and Kim Munro will be presenting two short talks on expanded documentary practice in the lead up to their presentations at the Visible Evidence Conference in Montana, USA. Hannah and Kim are HDR candidates in the School of Media and Communication, members of the non/fictionLab, and collaborators on the Docuverse project. The talks: …

DOCUVERSE presents at ASPERA

This week Docuverse presented at the ASPERA annual conference at the University of Canberra. Nicholas Hansen, Kim Munro, and I attended the conference to talk about what Docuverse is, where the group emerged from, the symposium, where the group currently is in terms of our Snapshot events, and the future challenges we face. Kim, started …

Our first Docuverse presents SNAPSHOTS bi-monthly meeting is fast approaching. 6-7.30pm on Thursday 21st April at RMIT city. See poster attached, spread the word. RSVP to docuverse.symposium@gmail.com by 19 April. General audience welcome! To keep up-to-date with Docuverse events join our Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/docuverse

Docuverse was a half-day symposium organised by non/fictionLab members Hannah Brasier, Nicholas Hansen, Kim Munro and Franziska Weidle to support their current PhD research interests in expanded documentary practices. The symposium, held at RMIT, consisted of a program of six presentations covering the topics of vertical cinema, the micro-essay, interactive documentary and virtual reality. The symposium culminated …