I-Docs: The Evolving Practices of Interactive Documentary

I-Docs: The Evolving Practices of Interactive Documentary

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ISBN-13: 9780231851077
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Publication date: 02/28/2017
Series: Nonfictions
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 256
File size: 7 MB

About the Author

Judith Aston is a Senior Lecturer at the University of the West of England. Sandra Gaudenzi is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Westminster. Mandy Rose is an Associate Professor at the University of the West of England. All three have published widely in the field of digital documentary theory and practice, and are co-directors of the i-Docs bi-annual symposium.

Table of Contents

Notes on Contributors
Foreword, by Brian Winston
Introduction, by Judith Aston, Sandra Gaudenzi, Mandy Rose
Part 1. Co-Creation
Preface, by Mandy Rose
1. I-docs and the documentary tradition: exploring questions of engagement, by Kate Nash
2. Co-creation as talkback: using the collaborative and interactive docu-forms to (re)imagine the 'rape-city', by Anandana Kapur
3. Documentary as co-creative practice: From Challenge for Change to Highrise – Kat Cizek in conversation with Mandy Rose, edited by Anna Wiehl
4. Not media about, but media with: co-creation for activism, by Mandy Rose
5. Living collaborations in Los Sures, Brooklyn: 1984 and today, by Christopher Allen
6. Software as co-creator in interactive documentary, by Craig Hight
Part 2. Methods
Preface, by Sandra Gaudenzi
7. Evaluating users' experiences: a case study approach to improving i-doc UX Design, by Samuel Gantier and Michel Labour
8. User experience versus author experience: lessons learned from the UX Series, by Sandra Gaudenzi
9. Pushing the craft forward: the POV Hackathon as a collaborative approach to making an interactive documentary, by Jess Linington
10. The Learn Do Share design methodology: Lance Weiler in conversation, by Sandra Gaudenzi
11. Testing and evaluating design prototypes: the case study of Avatar Secrets, by Ramona Pringle
12. Look who's watching: what storytellers can learn from privacy and personalisation, by Ben Moskowitz
Part 3. Horizons
Preface, by Judith Aston
13. Things to come: the possible futures of documentary … from a historical perspective, by William Uricchio
14. Towards behavioural realism: experiments in immersive journalism, by Nonny de la Peña
15. Interactive documentary and live performance: from embodied to emplaced interaction, by Judith Aston
16. The travelling i-doc: reflections on the meaning of interactive documentary-based image-making practices in contemporary India, by Paolo Favero
17. Interactive documentary aquí y ahora – here & now: themes and directions in South America, by Arnau Gifreu-Castells
18. Who wants to become banal?: the i-doc from experiment to industry, by Jon Dovey

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