publications

Refereed Publications

Keen, Seth. “Purrumbete Verandah, 2008.” Placescape, placemaking, placemarking, placedness, geography and cultural production, Barcelona, Spain: The Australian Studies Centre, University of Barcelona 11. (2013): 54–59. Print. www.ub.edu/dpfilsa/Coolabahindexvol11.html

Creative Works

Keen, Seth. A Journey in 42 Shots. Mobile Innovation Network Australasia, International Mobile Innovation Screenings, The New Zealand Film Archive, Te Anakura Whitiahua, Wellington 2016. Video

Keen, Seth. Sampling Swallows. Mobile Innovation Network Australasia, International Mobile Innovation Screenings, The New Zealand Film Archive, Te Anakura Whitiahua, Wellington 2015. Video.

Keen, Seth. Dead TV: cancel delete. Mobile Innovation Network Aotearoa, International Mobile Innovation Screenings, The New Zealand Film Archive, Te Anakura Whitiahua, Wellington 2014. Video.

Keen, Seth. Ramblings of a Post-industrial Media Maker. Mobile Innovation Network Aotearoa, International Mobile Innovation Screenings, The New Zealand Film Archive, Te Anakura Whitiahua, Wellington 2013. Video.

Keen, Seth. Mt William Station Lagoon, 2013. Narrating Place, Art and Cartography Commission Screenings, International Cartographic Association Conference, Dresden, Germany, 2013 Video.

Keen, Seth. “The Grampians.” Ed. Adrian Miles. Quickened: A Video iBook, Axon Creative Explorations 3.1. (2013): n. pag.

Keen, Seth. Purrumbete Verandah. DVD, Single-channel video, 2010. RMIT Gallery, RMIT University, Melbourne.

Keen, Seth, and Lisa Palmer. Wai Lia Bere,. Video, Documentary. Darasula Village, Timor Leste, Australia Research Council, The University of Melbourne, 2010.

Keen, Seth, Chris Olver and Martin Theile. Bogota Colombia Virtual Tour. Website, Online Interactive Documentary. World Vision Australia, Melbourne 2009-12.

Keen, Seth. Glasshouse Birdman. Website, Online Interactive Documentary. RMIT University, Australian Screen Production Education & Research Association, 2007.

Deverell, K, Keen, S & Wolf, D 2007, Videodefunct Pedestrian JavaMuseum: The New Museum of Networked Art Cologne, Germany, Interactive online video, http://www.javamuseum.org/2007/a_and_b/?page_id=2.

Keen, S 2006, The Hazzard Diaries, Transformations: Journal of Media and Culture, Bundaberg, Interactive online video.

Keen, S 2005, The Hazzards, Australia Centre for the Moving Image, Memory Grid Collection, Melbourne, Single-channel video.

Keen, S 2006, boomsplatbangwhack, Queensland Museum, Brisbane, Single-channel video.

Keen, S 2005, Nodal Dialectics 1.0, Sydney Film Festival, Oz Digital Shorts, Sydney, This is Not Art, Electrofringe, Newcastle, Single-channel video.

Non-refereed Publications

Book Chapters

Keen, Seth. “Purrumbete Verandah.” In Designing Place: An Archaeology of the Western District, 32–35. Melbourne: Melbourne Books, 2010.

Keen, S 2010, ‘Videodefunct: tagged, triptych online video content’, in L French, C Rogers & J Weight (eds), Mediations: Working Papers on Media and Practice, Creative Space, San Francisco.

Keen, S 2008, ‘Videodefunct: Online video is not dead’, in G Lovink & S Niederer (eds), Video Vortex Reader: Responses to YouTube, XS4ALL, Amsterdam, pp. 231-7.

Presentations

Keen, Seth. “Sketching video with a smartphone: integrating design methods into the media studio” Mobile Innovation Network Australasia Symposium, School of Media and Communication, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia, 2015.

Keen, Seth. “A Documentary Designer Manifesto: Propositions for Interactive Documentary Practice Online” NonfictionLab Interactive Documentary Symposium, NonfictionLab Research Centre, School of Media and Communication, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia, 2015.

Keen, Seth. “Transformed practices: What is a documentary designer?” New Documentaries: New Methodologies panel, Screen Explosion: Expanding practices, narratives and education for the Creative Screen Industries, ASPERA , Australia Screen Producers and Educators Association, Newcastle, Australia, 2014.

Keen, Seth. “Documentary Design: How the Internet Is Shaping My Documentary Practice.” Back to the Future: Re-framing New & Old Screen Production Practices. Melbourne, Australia: Swinburne University, RMIT University, Deakin University, 2013.

Keen, Seth. “Poetic Taxonomies and Spatial Fluctuations.” The Future is Back: New Visions for Film and WebVideo, Vortex 9, Re:assemblies of Video, Lüneburg, Germany: Leuphana University, 2013.

Keen, Seth. “The Bogota Prototype: Designing a Framework for Making Web Documentaries.” New Fusions: New Platforms and Interactivity. Canberra, Australia: Australian National University, 2012.

Keen, Seth. “Networked Documentary.” Digital/Documentary/Audience. Canberra,
Australia: Waikato University, University of New South Wales, 2012.

Keen, Seth. “Can a Documentary Be an Archive? Can an Archive Be a Documentary?” Nonfiction, Narrative, and the Archive: Audio Visual Experiments. Melbourne, Australia: RMIT University, 2012.

Keen, S 2011, ‘Bogota Colombia: Designing a framework for a web documentary on people and place’, paper presented to Australian Screen Production Education and Research Association, Future Shocks and Wiki-Docs: What Next for Documentary? Curtin University, Perth

Keen, S 2006, ‘Net-vlog: What is a networked videoblog? ‘, paper presented to IR 7.0 Internet Convergences Brisbane, Australia, http://aoir.org/?page_id=40.

eBooks/Periodicals

Keen, Seth. “The Rumblings Ramblings of a Post-industrial Media Producer Maker.” PIMP 01: Post-industrial Media: Education? Ed. Adrian Miles. Melbourne, Australia: School of Media and Communication, RMIT University. iBook

Keen, S 2004, ‘Still travel, The Passenger, David McDowell ‘, RealTime, no. 61, June-July, p. 45.

Keen, S 2004, ‘Profile: Linda Wallace’, Mesh 17, Experimenta, http://www.experimenta.org/mesh/mesh17/wallace.htm.

Conference Panel Chairing

Chairing of ‘Nonfiction, narrative, and the archive: Audio Visual Experiments’ panel, Grayson
Cooke, Seth Keen, Adrian Miles, Rueben Stanton, NonfictioNow, Melbourne, 2012

Chairing of ‘Alternative Platforms and Software’ panel Video Vortex 2, Amsterdam, 2008

Peer Reviews

(in progress) Double blind review ASPERA 2014, Australia Screen Producers and Educators Association, Screen Explosion: Expanding practices, narratives and education for the Creative Screen Industries.

Double blind review MediaObject Audio-visual Journal, eBook series, Chris Caines (ed),
Centre for Media Arts Innovation, University of Technology Sydney

Double blind review 2007. The Future of Digital Media Culture: 7th International Digital Arts and Culture
Conference (DAC), Perth, Australia

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