Back in the office. Research into the new studios I am designing produced this mind map as a starting point towards scoping out my teaching and research in the future.
From the Video Vortex list: The 10th annual meeting of Video Vortex is to be hosted in Istanbul at three adjacent institutions all involved in this year’s topics: art, activism and archives. The two-day event of workshops, speaker-led sessions, discussions, panels and work on show will explore how video, art and activism criss-cross questions of Read more about Video Vortex 10[…]
I have had my presentation included in the Video Vortex 9# re:assemblies of video reader, which is in the progress of being brought together. The interface is reminescent of Whale Hunt. The project documents all the speakers at VV9#.
Yesterday, I attended a ‘From question to project’ workshop held by the Non-fiction Research Group to develop a research question into a projects for research funding. This workshop was valuable to start putting in place the skills needed to write a proposal for potential ARC Linkage/Discovery and industry funding. Some brief notes: A very clear Read more about Research Project Workshop[…]
Just back from NZ after attending the Spark festival. I had a great time and mixed it with local and international creative types. The Waikato Independent ran a small article on my presentation ‘New Zealanders set to embrace new technology’ including an intense looking pic. It was good to meet the documentary photographer David Cook Read more about Spark debrief[…]
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 Read more about Wordle Video Archive Panel[…]
Watching YouTube: Extraordinary Videos by Ordinary People, by Michael Strangelove Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2010
A TED video presentation titled Jane McGonigal: Gaming can make a better world – sourced via the book Reality Is Broken: Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change the World by Jane McGonigal. I can see connections here with online interactive video. But, more more importantly what is useful is the reverse Read more about A reverse psychology perspective on gaming[…]
Cowbird From the website about (big plans): Cowbird is a simple tool for telling stories and a public library of human experience. We are a small community of storytellers, interested in telling deeper, longer-lasting, more nourishing stories than you’re likely to find anywhere else on the Web.Cowbird allows you to keep a beautiful audio-visual diary Read more about Storytelling System – Cowbird[…]
Alexander Galloway Video Lecture on Deleuze and Computers, Dec 2011