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Docuverse Snapshots: Karelle Arsenault

Snapshots: I recall an interactive documentary… By Kim Munro Part-way through her presentation on interactive documentary and memory, Karelle began to recount memories of sleepovers as a child. Karelle and her gang of movie-loving friends would line up their mattresses in the basement and have ‘watching marathons’ that lasted well into the morning. They would eat …

Image from (RMIT news article) ‘Media Students feature in Anzac Exhibition’. Undergraduate students in the RMIT Media program were selected to screen by Maroondah City Council’s ArtSpace. The making of the works was facilitated by the studio lead Dr Seth keen with specialist support from Hannah Braiser, both in the non-fiction lab research group. From …

I’m sorry I don’t have a story

An essay come article that I read from at a Spotlight session in 2016 has been published. This was written in what is an usually subjective voice (for the discipline, and much to the alarm of one of the reviewers) and as a hypertext. The hypertext was translated into a multilinear iBook (that’s an oxymoron) …

@ the UWH – idoc tool design

Last Friday in the UWH the ‘idoc tool design workshop’ was completed by a small but enthusiastic group of collaborators, who stayed the distance by eating the entire pumpkin tea loaf cooked for the occasion – (for those who requested the recipe I found this online).  The workshop followed a couple of steps in the …

Adrian Miles convened a panel at Visible Evidence XXII (2015, Toronto) around interactive documentary aesthetics. The format required each member to provide ten slides that would be on screen for thirty seconds in advance, so we each spoke for five minutes then opened it to discussion from the audience and amongst each other. (It was …

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. …

Completion Seminar

PhD candidate Hannah Brasier’s completion seminar is scheduled for Friday, July 22, 10:30 am in 9.2.6. The topic of her research is: Messy Moments of Noticing: A multilinear framework for aesthetic observations in interactive documentary For those of you interested in documentary and interactive media this will be of interest. For those of you wanting …

Messy Moments of Noticing: A multilinear framework for aesthetic observations in interactive documentary This is a PhD completion seminar for Hannah Brasier. From the abstract: If the world is disordered, chaotic, and complex, does listing to aesthetically notice, in multilinear documentary maintain the world’s messiness? As recognised by John Law, Andrew Pickering, and Ross Gibson, …

The ‘Nonfiction Design’ studio an industry-linked collaboration between Media and Communication Design was run in Semester 1. The studio was co-facilitated by Seth Keen (Media – nonfictionLab) and Peter West (Communication Design – Design Futures).  The title of the studio ‘Nonfiction Design’ extends Seth’s research into the integration of design methodologies and methods into professional …

In this masterclass Dr Judith Aston (University of the West of England’s i–Docs group and the Digital Cultures Research Centre) will consider what the principles of collaboration and embodied interaction are, and how apply to interactive documentary. The masterclass will build upon her recent reflections on interactive documentary (http://i-docs.org/2016/03/27/interactive-documentary-what-does-it-mean-and-why-does-it-matter/ ). Judith plans to use Michael …

Three PhD Students off to Montana

No, it isn’t the opening to some academic joke. The writing workshop that non/fictionLab runs has just scored three for three at this year’s Visible Evidence conference. Visible Evidence is the major international documentary conference (this year it is in Bozeman, Montana), and three PhD students (Hannah Brasier, Kim Munro, and visiting PhD Franziska Weidle) …

non/fictionLab co-director Adrian Miles is attending UWE’s two yearly i-docs conference at the beginning of March. The conference is run by the i-doc research group in Bristol. He will be presenting recent research that interrogates (criticises, questions, even possibly politely attacks) the hegemony of story in interactive documentary. The world isn’t a story, why should …

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