Re: [-empyre-] Week 2 of the April 2018 discussion: New Media Documentary Practice

2018-04-12 Thread Toby Tatum
--empyre- soft-skinned space--Thanks Garrett, Ok, for my part: I'm trying to create landscapes of the imagination - the geography of mental space. Although there is a profound engagement specific places when I'm out shooting material but during the editing process

Re: [-empyre-] Week 2 of the April 2018 discussion: New Media Documentary Practice (Garrett Lynch) (Dorit Naaman)

2018-04-12 Thread H HHP
--empyre- soft-skinned space--Dorit, Are there invisible geographies in terrains inhabited by colonizers and colonized? Horit Horit Herman Peled 2016-2017, Soho, London http://www.espacemultimediagantner.cg90.net/the-collection/?lang=en horit.com Yoav Peled & Horit

Re: [-empyre-] Week 2 of the April 2018 discussion: New Media Documentary Practice

2018-04-12 Thread Dale Hudson
--empyre- soft-skinned space--Thanks, Garrett, Fédérique, Toby, and Dorit, for these insights into the conception of your projects for FLEFF. One aspect of all three projects, and also Luke’s, that intrigues me is that they allow audiences to experience them in

Re: [-empyre-] Week 2 of the April 2018 discussion: New Media Documentary Practice

2018-04-12 Thread Luke Munn
--empyre- soft-skinned space--Hey everyone, Long time listener, first time caller. ;-) Thanks to Dale for the invitation to contribute. I'd like to return, if I may, back to the concept of documentary, and what a 'new media' form of documentary might exactly entail.

Re: [-empyre-] Week 2 of the April 2018 discussion: New Media Documentary Practice

2018-04-12 Thread Toby Tatum
--empyre- soft-skinned space--Thanks for your observations Dale and for taking the time to moderate this discussion. I'd be curious to hear Luke's observations of Invisible Geographies in relation to his project. I've just been revisiting Null Island and have the