+ Introduction – background and video technical skills + What is Korsakow? + Korsakow overview + Prepared content discussion – Spark Workshop Preparation 1# + Preparing Media Assets a. Project Organisation b. Make the Thumbnails/previews + Making the k-film c. K-film anatomy d. Snuifying e. Exports and testing + Publication offline/online Offline publication is as […]
Spark website workshop brief. Duration: 2 hours (2.30-4.30pm) Making do: A workshop on making a K-film In this workshop students will make a documentary using the computer program Korsakow. People attending the workshop will learn how to create a K-film, an interactive form of documentary that is published on the Web. Participants will record a […]
August 6th, 2012 · No Comments · Web Documentary
National Film Board of Canada – Interactive works as example of government support and initiative Categorical Examples GDP GDP intro By the time I get to PG Photo Essay – 3.04 Window Dressing Video 3.39 Waterlife webdoc Arte TV Gaza Serdot webdoc Big Stories, Small Towns webdoc Perminda Video example
July 26th, 2012 · Enter your password to view comments. · projects
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July 9th, 2012 · No Comments · projects
Frame stills from the video work ‘The Grampians’ for an artists-cloud iBook that is in progress. The brief ‘things that quicken the heart’. The works include three locations in colour and black and white (with text). Draft of description with the work: These video works document several landscapes painted by Eugene Von Guérard in 1856, […]
July 7th, 2012 · No Comments · projects
Ramblings of a Post-industrial Media Maker (remix) from Seth Keen on Vimeo. I created this video remix of the riff – ‘The rumblings ramblings of a Post-industrial Media Producer Maker’ for the SPARK International Festival of Media Arts and Design. I wrote the riff originally for ‘Post Industrial Media: Education?’ seminar and ibook publication edited […]
July 6th, 2012 · 1 Comment · Publications
A ibook publication from the Post Industrial Media: Education? seminar available on iTunes – http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/post-industrial-media-education/id537197385. A big thanks to Adrian Miles for conceptualising the Post-industrial Media idea and bringing this together, along with editing and publishing the ibook. The rumblings ramblings of a Post-industrial Media Producer Maker riff, I wrote for the publication in a […]
July 2nd, 2012 · No Comments · research
The four abstracts from: Rueben Staton, Seth Keen, Adrian Miles and Grayson Cooke put together for the NonfictioNow video archive panel. (Click to view larger version) The panel precis: Nonfiction, narrative, and the archive: Audio Visual Experiments In this panel the relationship of the audio visual archive to narrative and nonfiction will be investigated. Each […]
June 30th, 2012 · No Comments · technical
Found this link ‘The Basics – Preparing Photoshop files for FCP’ – looks useful.
June 17th, 2012 · No Comments · references
https://bookwork234.wordpress.com/syllabus/ A useful New Media book list from a course at UC. From the course about: This course brings together media archaeology, the material history of the book, and media-specific analysis in an investigation of “bookwork” after new media. To what extent have computational media had a transformative effect on print practices? How do we […]
June 14th, 2012 · No Comments · this and that
I just changed my bio to a reflect a creative practice perspective for the Spark international festival of media arts and design. All part of wearing different hats in varying contexts. I followed up on the academic/artist Adrian Piper, from the article Svenungsson, J 2009, ‘The Writing Artist’, Art and Research, vol. Volume 2. , […]
June 10th, 2012 · No Comments · media
| Mediacology by Antonio Lopez http://mediacology.com/2012/03/21/open-media-literacy-manifesto/#.T9RjYvGr_nQ.twitter The mass media of the industrial era has shifted radically. But media literacy has not. Often times media literacy is just anti-media, and still thinks the way industrial media thinks. Often it focuses on content and information, but not practice or lifelong learning.