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non/fictionLab HDR Student Meet-up

non/fictionLab HDRs will meet to chat about candidature, workshopping and all those other things us researchy students find fun and exciting.This will be a monthly or bi-monthly meet-up. Please do come along and enjoy some nibbles and drinks with your delightful community of practice. The first meet-up will take place on March 9, at 4:30pm …

Iceland, Winter, and a PhD

non/fictionLab PhD interactive documentary candidate Kim Munro is currently on an artist’s residency in Ólafsfjörður, Iceland. She’s documenting her work on her site, which makes for great reading (and photos). (Image credit Kim Munro.)

Peta Murray, Shortlisted for VicHealth Award

Creatively Ageing: EmbOLDen, has been selected as a finalist in the Building Health Through Art category for the 2016 VicHealth Awards.  Non/fictionLab member and RMIT postgraduate student Peta Murray was one of three elder-artist-researchers-in-residence installed in the Roslyn Smorgon Gallery for the duration of EmbOLDen. The exhibition represented a critical stage in her PhD inquiry …

On my first afternoon in the Butterfly House, I take my customary let’s-scope-this-place-out walk. I head down the hill towards the foreshore and find myself passing signature bayside boathouses. It’s school holidays. There are kids and dogs at the water’s edge. I ignore the kids and try to connect with the dogs. I’m already missing …

Postdoctoral Scholarship

If you are an outstanding recent PhD graduate (or about to complete your PhD) with demonstrable world class outcomes, interested in undertaking leading research (thesis or project based) in the fields researched by non/fictionLab, then this might be for you. If interested, please: read the requirements and outline of the Vice-Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellowships get in …

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 …

HDR Day Out

On Monday non/fictionLab offered a full day of conversation and workshopping off campus at the very lovely Ceres Environment Park for our higher degree cohort. About a dozen or so students came, and after some introductory getting to know each other games, we built an agenda for the day. The key things that emerged that …

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, …

Paul Ritchard lectures in film production His research focuses on film/media production as well as its intersections with teaching practice. His PhD is titled THE RIVER PROJECT A Poetics of Eco-Critical Film-Making where he is producing a series of films located around the Snowy River. They are investigating place, the poetics of rivers and the …

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) …

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