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The immersive turn: hype and hope in the emergence ofvirtual reality as a nonfiction platform (2018)
Journal Article
Rose, M. (2018). The immersive turn: hype and hope in the emergence ofvirtual reality as a nonfiction platform. Studies in Documentary Film, 12(2), 132-149. https://doi.org/10.1080/17503280.2018.1496055

© 2018, © 2018 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. This article responds to the recent wave of experimentation with Virtual Reality (VR) as a nonfiction platform. Amidst daily announcements of new VR documentary initiatives, and... Read More about The immersive turn: hype and hope in the emergence ofvirtual reality as a nonfiction platform.

Technologies of seeing and technologies of corporeality: Currents in nonfiction virtual reality (2018)
Journal Article
Rose, M. (2018). Technologies of seeing and technologies of corporeality: Currents in nonfiction virtual reality

Surveying the contemporary nonfiction work being developed within the framework of VR, an opposition emerges between the promise of VR as escape from materiality and a promise of corporeal engagement. In this article, I consider how this opposition b... Read More about Technologies of seeing and technologies of corporeality: Currents in nonfiction virtual reality.

Not media about, but media with: Co-creation for activism (2017)
Book Chapter
Rose, M. (2017). Not media about, but media with: Co-creation for activism. In M. Rose, S. Gaudenzi, & J. Aston (Eds.), i-docs: the evolving practices of interactive documentary, 49-65. Wallflower, Columbia University Press

In this chapter I address the co-creative dimension of two interactive documentary projects – Question Bridge and Quipu. I examine the cultural precursors and contexts that inspired their divergent co-creative approaches. I consider how the producers... Read More about Not media about, but media with: Co-creation for activism.

Interactive documentary and live performance: From embodied to emplaced interaction (2017)
Book Chapter
Aston, J. (2017). Interactive documentary and live performance: From embodied to emplaced interaction. In M. Rose, S. Gaudenzi, & J. Aston (Eds.), The Evolving Practices of Interactive Documentary, 222-237. Wallflower, subsidiary of Columbia University Press

In 2015, I gave a keynote lecture on ‘Interactive Documentary and Live Performance’ (Aston 2015), a subject which has received little attention to date within the field of interactive documentary practice. My argument was that the sense of time, plac... Read More about Interactive documentary and live performance: From embodied to emplaced interaction.

i-docs - the evolving practices of interactive documentary (2017)
Book
Aston, J., Gaudenzi, S., & Rose, M. (2017). i-docs - the evolving practices of interactive documentary. Wallflower Press, Columbia University Press

The history of documentary has been one of adaptation and change, as docu-mentarists have harnessed the affordances of emerging technology. In the last decade interactive documentaries (i-docs) have become established as a new field of practice withi... Read More about i-docs - the evolving practices of interactive documentary.

Making publics: Documentary as do-it-with-others citizenship (2014)
Book Chapter
Rose, M. (2014). Making publics: Documentary as do-it-with-others citizenship. In M. Ratto, & M. Boler (Eds.), DIY Citizenship : Critical Making and Social Media, 201-212. MIT Press

This chapter explores significant collaborative, interactive documentary practices that are emerging in the context of digital culture, and situates these emerging practices in relation to the counter-history within documentary in which subjects have... Read More about Making publics: Documentary as do-it-with-others citizenship.

We’re happy and we know it : Documentary: Data: Montage (2012)
Journal Article
Dovey, J., & Rose, M. (2012). We’re happy and we know it : Documentary: Data: Montage. Studies in Documentary Film, 6(2), 159-173. https://doi.org/10.1386/sdf.6.2.159_1

This article is concerned with the social praxis of documentary in the sea of ‘ubiquitous data’ that is both consequence and driver of online social mediation. The topic is given importance by the morphing of the character of video in the context of... Read More about We’re happy and we know it : Documentary: Data: Montage.

The Are You Happy? project (2012)
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Rose, M. (2012). The Are You Happy? project

The Are you happy? Project is the first output of the Collaborative Docs practice-based Research Fellowship. The Are you happy? Project is situated in the context of participatory media and is concerned with how documentary practice can take advantag... Read More about The Are You Happy? project.

Collab docs blog
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Rose, M. Collab docs blog

The blog reflects the Collaborative Docs practice-based AHRC Research Fellowship in Creative & Performing Arts. The research looks at the intersection between documentary and the Social, Semantic and Open Web. It investigates through action research... Read More about Collab docs blog.