Watch the full third instalment of our i-Docs Community Conversations series.
i-docs and Multi-Perspectival Thinking was held on Wednesday, 21 October, 2020. Host Sandra Gaudenzi (i-Docs) was joined by speakers Judith Aston (i-Docs) and Stefano Odorico (Leeds Trinity University). Judith and Stefano presented their research project on polyphonic documentary, introducing key terms, outlining its contemporary relevance, providing examples and case studies, and explaining how members of the i-Docs community can get involved.
Following are some by no means exhaustive resources, case studies and links that were discussed:
- Special issue of Alphaville Journal of Film and Screen Media on i-Docs as Intervention: the Poetics and Politics of Polyphony
- Article in AfterImage on Polyphony and the Emerging Collaborative Ecologies of Documentary Media Exhibition
- Article in Evolving Practices of Interactive Documentary on Not Media about but Media With: Co-Creation for Activism
- Report from MIT Open Documentary Lab: Collective Wisdom: Co-Creating Media within Communities, across Disciplines and with Algorithms
- Prisons Memory Archive from Cahal McLaughlin
- Undoing Time from Sharon Daniel
- Question Bridge from Chris Johnson et al
- Gaza Sderot from Arte.tv
- Campus Reboot from Susan Cardillo
- BBC Maker Box for Story Kit – interactive authoring tools
- Korsakow – interactive authoring tool
- Stornaway – interactive authoring tool