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Images and eventfulness: Expanded cinema and experimental research at the University of New South Wales

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The notion of an expanded form of cinema has driven the development over the last decade of the iCinema Research Centre at the University of New South Wales. The expanded cinematic image, a term made famous by Gene Youngblood, rather than confined to one time and space, instead circulates over networks, distributed by users who now participate in its construction. This article explores two recent projects conducted at the iCinema Centre, where I was a research fellow from 2008 to 2011, and examines how they can be seen to reformulate Youngblood’s original concept of an expanded cinema in an age of social media, mixed reality and increasingly intelligent machines. The first project is titled Scenario and was produced by Dennis Del Favero with the scriptwriter Stephen Sewell and computer scientist Maurice Pagnucco. The second is a work in progress titled iLAND, produced by Del Favero and Jeffrey Shaw with the art historian Terry Smith and the climate scientist Johnny Chan.

Keywords: digital media; expanded cinema; experimental cinema; iCinema; immersive visualization; interactive media

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/sac.6.2.111_1

Affiliations: University of Glasgow

Publication date: November 29, 2012

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  • Launched in 2007, the journal engages in critical discussion of cinema from the Australian, New Zealand and Pacific region. Australia, New Zealand and other Pacific regions are home to many indigenous nations and immigrant cultures from all around the world. Studies in Australasian Cinema will maintain an emphasis on this diversity with a special interest in postcolonial politics and contexts. 
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